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Burglary - Motor Vehicles

Burglary - Motor Vehicles

Crime Stoppers is looking for help from the community in solving a series of burglaries to motor vehicles which occurred in the Sherman area during the early morning hours of May 10th. These vehicle break-ins are similar to other occurrences in and around the Springfield area in which unlocked parked vehicles were burglarized and various items were stolen.

Burglary - Family Dollar @ 921 W Jefferson in Springfield

Burglary - Family Dollar @ 921 W Jefferson in Springfield

Earlier this week at approximately 11 pm on Sunday May 8th, a group of 6 persons burglarized the Family Dollar store at 921 W Jefferson in Springfield. The group broke a glass entry door to the closed business to gain entry and quickly ransacked the business, stealing assorted items before exiting and leaving the area on foot in a northbound direction. This brazen group of individuals needs to be identified and prosecuted and we need your help.

Program initiated to help resolve unsolved homicide cases

Program initiated to help resolve unsolved homicide cases

Crime Stoppers of Sangamon and Menard Counties has announced a new incentive which is designed to help resolve unsolved homicide cases by providing a significantly larger reward than is usually given. The Cold Case program will offer rewards of $5,000 to individuals who provide information leading to the arrest of suspects in unsolved homicide cases.

Robbery on South Durkin Drive

Crime Stoppers is seeking help from the public to help solve an early morning robbery on April 30th to a person at the 200 block of South Durkin Drive in Springfield. The victim reported he was walking his dog, before dawn, when he was confronted by a black male subject 25-30 years of age who stood approximately 6 feet tall and weighed 225 pounds. After the suspect confronted the victim, an altercation occurred between the two and the victim received a non life threatening stab wound to the shoulder. A brown leather wallet was stolen in the robbery.

Theft of handguns

  • 2 May 2016
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Theft of handguns

Crime Stoppers is attempting to help police identify the subjects involved in a burglary to the Farm and Home store on North Dirksen Parkway in Springfield during the early morning hours of April 23rd. The two subjects, whose images were captured on surveillance cameras, smashed display cases and stole several semi-automatic handguns and fled the area in an unknown direction. Look at the images of the thieves on the Crime Stopper website cashfortips.us and help us identify these criminals. If you are able to give any information about the subjects involved in this burglary and theft and it leads to an arrest, Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1000. We want these criminals and the stolen handguns off the street.

Call us on our anonymous tip line at 788-8427 or leave a tip on the website when you look at the pictures- again the website address is Cashfortips.us. You can also text a tip to Crime Stoppers, text instructions are also on the website. All tips we take are taken anonymously, we don’t want your name… contact Crime Stoppers.

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