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RIME STOPPERS CASE #1624

CRIME STOPPERS CASE #1624
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 26, 2016
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 16S004333
LEAD DETECTIVE: CHAD GRAHAM, SEDGWICK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

From April 14 through April 18, 2016, 13 forgery cases occurred. All were committed by the two suspects pictured below. They are using stolen checks from Chase Drilling, LLC, and a stolen ID. The men committed the forgeries at several Kwik Shops and Dillon stores. They also purchased $700 worth of auto parts from Auto Zone, 910 S. Oliver; a Stihl MS170 chainsaw at S&D Equipment Co., 137 N. West St..; and a windshield from the Windshield Shop, 229 N. West St.

Forgery 1 2016    Forgery 2 2016


If you have information about these forgery cases or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You also can submit a tip online at www.WichitaCrimeStoppers.com or from your mobile phone by texting TIP217 then your message to 274637 (crimes). All ways are secure and anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

RIME STOPPERS CASE #1623

CRIME STOPPERS CASE #1623
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 19, 2016
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 16C40634
LEAD DETECTIVE: TAMMY DOSHIER, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sometime between about 11 p.m. June 11 and 1:30 a.m. June 12, 2016, three men forced entry through a secure fence at Honey Do Homes, 3750 N. Topeka. They then drove into the area in a late 2000s silver or tan Chevy Tahoe or Cadillac Escalade.

They broke into 11 company vehicles/trailers and took approximately $35,000 worth of electric and hand tools and painting supplies. Several Dewalt and Ryobi tool kits that included impact drills, drills, batteries, chargers and circular saws, and several Ryobi and Yamaha generators also were taken, plus a Graco blue airless paint sprayer, a Little Giant mini ladder and a Dewalt construction radio.

The men put most of the stolen property in a company truck. It is a 1996 white Dodge Ram 2500 single cab bearing KS commercial 540934. The side stickers were removed from the doors and bed, but would still have some residue. The tailgate has Honey Do Homes and the phone number on it.

The three men are black, appear to be in their late 20s to mid 30s and are between 5-foot-10 to 6-foot-1.

The first suspect has a medium build and dark skin. He was wearing navy-blue pants, a black long-sleeve shirt, black baseball hat and black shoes with light color stripes on the side.

The second suspect has a skinny to medium build and medium skin color. He was wearing a grey T-shirt, blue jeans, a navy-blue or black beanie and brown shoes.
The third suspect has a medium build and medium skin color. He was wearing a white T-shirt with a black emblem on its front, light-blue jeans, a black baseball hat and dark shoes.

Honey Do 1   Honey Do 2

Honey Do 3

If you have information about this burglary or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You also can submit a tip online at www.WichitaCrimeStoppers.com or from your mobile phone by texting TIP217 then your message to 274637 (crimes). All ways are secure and anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name. Crime Stoppers of

Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 12, 2016
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 16C37624
LEAD DETECTIVE: DET. TONY SUPANCIC, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

On May 31, 2016 at approximately 10:30 pm, two unknown black male suspects entered a residence via an unlocked door in the 700 block of North Porter. The suspects struck the 64 year old female victim in the face and stole a large amount of jewelry from the residence.

If you have information about this robbery or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You also can submit a tip online at www.WichitaCrimeStoppers.com or from your mobile phone by texting TIP217 then your message to 274637 (crimes). All ways are secure and anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.
RIME STOPPERS CASE #1621

CRIME STOPPERS CASE #1621
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 5, 2016
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 16C33777
LEAD DETECTIVE: PAUL HERMAN, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Two men with guns entered Intrust Bank, 7800 E. Central, about 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 17, 2016. One of the suspects jumped the counter, pushed the female tellers and demanded they empty the cash drawers into his bag. He then went to the area where the safe was located and forced other female bank employees to put money into another bag. The second man stayed in the lobby area and ordered, at gunpoint, the other employees and customers to the ground.

Both men are black males, wore dark clothing, and masks covering their faces. They were last seen jumping over a wall into a nearby apartment complex.

 

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If you have information about this bank robbery or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You also can submit a tip online at www.WichitaCrimeStoppers.com or from your mobile phone by texting TIP217 then your message to 274637 (crimes). All ways are secure and anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.


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