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Help Identify Burglary Suspect and Credit Card Fraud
Conroe Police Dept
   
 
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Please take a look at the attached photographs of a burglary suspect. 

The black man appears to be in his 20’s and has not been identified by police. 
This suspect has burglarized at least two vehicles in the Conroe area.  He immediately used the victim’s credit cards to make purchases at Best Buy and Target.  To date, the suspect has stolen over $10,000.00 in merchandise. 
If you have any information that could help the Police please call 936-522-3200 and reference case numbers #19070662 and 19080294. 
If a suspect is identified and an arrest is made, you may be eligible for an award up to $1000.00. 
You can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800392-STOP (7867).
 
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Sgt. Jeff Smith
Criminal Investigations Division
Conroe Police Department


Comments:
Those ugly sandals shouldn't be hard to spot
Posted by Sasquatch at 9/4/2019 10:24:52 AM

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