Crime of the Week - Wichita and Sedgwick County
Crime of the Week - Wichita and Sedgwick County
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CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1743FOR THE WEEK OF NOV. 23, 2017 WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT: DETECTIVE V. MILLERIn the early morning hours of October 18, 2017, a suspect forced entry via the back door at Wings and Things located at 2800 E. Central. Once inside the business, the suspect forced entry into a locked office where he stole a cash box containing a significant amount of money. The suspect was captured on video putting the money into a pink back pack that he was carrying. The suspect came from t
CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1742 FOR THE WEEK OF NOV. 16, 2017 MISSING PERSONMAIZE POLICE DEPARTMENT: DETECTIVE PIPEROn Thursday, May 4, Maize police responded to an alarm on a residence in the 12000 block of W. 29th Street N. It was discovered that the home owners’ daughter, Kendra Nystrom, had gone inside and tripped the alarm. When police arrived, she ran out the back door with her black and gray male Chihuahua-mix named Frankie. She left her car, cell phone and other personal belongings, including h
CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1741FOR THE WEEK OF NOV. 9, 2017 WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT: DETECTIVE V. MILLERJust before 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, two men tried to force their way into a house in the 1500 block of North Old Manor. One of the suspects was armed with a knife, and the other with a shotgun. They pried open the storm door and then attempted to kick open the door to gain entry. They were unsuccessful. The residents were in the home at the time. The males suspects, shown below, were captured o
CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1740FOR THE WEEK OF NOV. 2, 2017 WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT: DETECTIVE YOUNGAbout 2 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, two men placed an explosive device in front of Slice City Barber Shop at 2425 W. McCormick. It didn’t explode. The suspects returned a few hours later and took it away. About 11 p.m. they returned and again placed the device in front of the store. This time it exploded and caused significant damage to the storefront. These still photos, taken from security cameras in t