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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to contact Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers in one of three ways:

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You will NEVER be asked to give your name.  Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 and you can remain completely anonymous.


2/28/2013 - Television Thefts

 

CRIME BULLETIN
February 28, 2013

CONTACT: SGT. GREG SOWELL
936.559.2618

POLICE SEEKING HELP IN TELEVISION THEFTS

Nacogdoches Police Detectives need the public’s help in solving a rash of television thefts from RV dealerships on the West Loop. Thieves forcibly entered recreational travel trailers and removed the television sets in three episodes. Over the weekend of 2-16 thru 2-18, Genuine RV in the 2800 Block of the NW Loop had trailers entered and 12 televisions stolen. Genuine RV was again victimized over the night of 2-20 and 2-21, where 16 additional TVs were taken. A stereo system was also taken.

On 2-26, RV Station, located in the 1100 block of NW Loop 224 had 13 recreational trailers entered and 10 televisions stolen, along with two DVD players.

The televisions are large flat screens and include the brand names of Samsung, Sansui, Hisense, Legend, Sony, Konka, Jensen, Catino and Westinghouse.

If you have any information on these thefts, or if someone has tried to sell you one of these televisions, contact Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers. You may call the hotline at 560-INFO, send us a secure tip on the web at www.ncstips.com or go to the tip tab on our Facebook page.

All information is confidential and you never have to give your name. If the information results in an arrest or grand jury indictment, you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00.

 

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2/18/2013 - Stolen Credit Card
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CRIME BULLETIN
February 18, 2013

CONTACT: SGT. GREG SOWELL
936.559.2618

HELP NEEDED IN IDENTIFYING A SUSPECT IN A STOLEN CREDIT CARD CASE

The Nacogdoches Police Department is investigating a recent credit card abuse. The suspect shown in this photograph used a victim`s credit card at a local business in Nacogdoches on 1-28-13. The card was also used at a business in Forney, TX the following day along with several other locations in the Dallas area. The suspect depicted in the photograph is a white male wearing a white shirt and dark pants.  He was last seen driving a blue Jeep Grand Cherokee.

If you know the identity of the man in this photograph or have any information on this crime, call Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers at 560-INFO (4636), or send us a tip on the web at www.ncstips.com. All information is confidential and you never have to give your name. Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 that leads to the arrest or grand jury indictment of the person responsible for this crime.

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1/22/2013 - Antique Sign Stolen

CRIME BULLETIN
January 22, 2013

CONTACT: SGT. GREG SOWELL
936.559.2618


Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers is offering a CASH REWARD of up to $1,000.00 for information that leads to the arrest or grand jury indictment of the person(s) responsible for stealing an antique sign from a shop in the 400 block of East Main.

The Yureco Motor Oil sign was taken sometime between 11/15 and 12/24. The sign measures approximately 14” X 28” and is painted like the one in the picture.

There are only five of these signs known to exist. If you have any information on this theft, or know the whereabouts of this stolen sign, call CRIME STOPPERS at 560-INFO (4636) or send us a tip on the web at www.ncstips.com. All information is confidential and you never have to give your name.


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THIS IS A PHOTOGRAPH OF ONE OF THE FIVE YUBA OIL COMPANY SIGNS KNOWN TO EXIST. THE STOLEN SIGN IS PAINED IDENTICAL TO THIS ONE.

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11/25/2012 - Information Needed in Armed Robberies

Nacogdoches Police need your help in solving two armed robberies that occurred late Sunday night (11/25/2012).

The first robbery was reported at 10:52 p.m. at the store located at Main and University Drive. Two black male suspects entered the store and one produced a handgun. The robbers demanded the money. They escaped with an undetermined amount of cash.

The second robbery occurred at 11:40 p.m. at the Holiday Inn in the 3800 block of South Street. Two black males entered the lobby and displayed a handgun to the desk clerk. The suspects then took an undetermined amount of cash from the drawer.

The suspects in the Holiday Inn robbery were also spotted at another store. No robbery occurred at this location, they were caught on camera.

It is possible that these two robberies are related. If you recognize the suspects in these photos, call CRIME STOPPERS at 560-INFO (4636). All calls are confidential and you do not have to give your name. If the information you give results in an arrest or grand jury indictment, you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00.

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2/8/2012 - Update on “Little Miss Check Forgery`` Suspect

Thanks to WalMart Loss Prevention’s diligence and endless hours reviewing video surveillance, it was discovered that Little Miss had a couple of partners in crime. Seen in the surveillance photos are Little Mister Check Forgery suspect and the two vehicles used in the crime. It appears “Little Mister” (pictured below) used the bank information of an elderly gentleman residing in Laneville, TX and counterfeited checks using the unsuspecting victim’s identifying bank account information and name.

Detectives reviewed the surveillance videos furnished by WalMart which showed that Little Mister and Little Miss occupied the dark colored passenger vehicle and that Little Mister dropped Little Miss off at the front doors of WalMart. He then parked the vehicle beside the pick-up truck towing the trailer (pictured below). Little Mister and Miss exited the store with their own separate shopping carts filled to capacity and unloaded one cart into the passenger vehicle and the other cart into the pick-up truck. The unseen driver of the pick-up truck drove away and Little Mister and Miss drove off in the passenger car together.

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1/31/2012 - ``Little Miss Check Forgery``
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Help us identify Little Miss Check Forgery before she hits again. It is suspected that Little Miss went around Jacksonville, TX stealing mail from unsuspecting residents` mailboxes and obtained a personal check and a copy of a Texas Driver`s License inside a Jacksonville, TX citizen`s mailbox. Little miss counterfeited checks at the Nacogdoches Wal-Mart, Staples and Lowes.

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1/10/2012 - Credit Card Fraud
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Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers needs your help identifying the credit card abuse suspect seen in this surveillance photo along with the white Ford SUV he was driving. This suspected credit card abuser used the victim’s credit card to purchase $62.96 in fuel on December 12, 2011 at the Rudy’s at 3220 South St.

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1/10/2012 - Cowboy Check Forgery
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Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers needs your help identifying the cowboy check forgery suspect seen in this surveillance photo. This cowboy passed 3 forged checks on December 16 & 23, 2011 to the tune of $2,449.00.

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9/15/2011 - Dollar General Burglary
Nacogdoches Police need your help in identifying a burglary suspect. Two locations of Dollar General in Nacogdoches were burglarized on the morning of September 13th. At about 1:00 am, the store on the SE Loop was entered, then at about 1:30 am, the store in the 2000 block of South Street was broken into. Video from security cameras show the suspect, who is believed to be the same person in both crimes.

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8/16/2011 - Home Invasion

On the evening of August 8th at about 9:45pm, three masked and armed suspects kicked in a door on a residence located in the southwest section of Nacogdoches. The suspects, who were armed, assaulted the resident and demanded money. The suspects stole a small amount of cash and fled the scene to an awaiting vehicle.

If you have any information on the identity of the suspects, call Crime Stoppers at 560-INFO.

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