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Casey's on Clear Lake robbed twice over weekend

  • 22 March 2016
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Casey's on Clear Lake robbed twice over weekend

Sangamon County sheriff’s detectives suspect that two weekend robberies at the Casey’s General Store at 3001 Clear Lake Ave. could be connected to the string of similar crimes at Springfield dollar stores over the past month.

Another Springfield dollar store robbed

  • 21 March 2016
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Another Springfield dollar store robbed

This is the fifth robbery of it's kind within a month. Springfield police say a man walked into the Family Dollar store at 1425 E. Cook St. at 9:53 a.m. Sunday (3/20/16), approached the clerk and demanded money. Please solve these resolve this crimes.

Armed Robbery

  • 18 March 2016
  • Author: Coordinator
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Crime Stoppers Crime of theWeek March  17, 2016 Officer Mike Badger Crime Stoppers Coordinator for Sangamon and Menard counties.   Crime Stoppers is lookingfor help in solving an Armed Robbery which occurred at Family Video on South MacArthur Blvd shortly after midnight on March 7th.  In the incident, a masked white male subject,who had been hiding behind a vehicle in the parking lot, produced a silver handgun as he confronted an employee who was leaving the store. After taking the cash deposit, the suspect left in a vehicle which had been parked in an alley near the business. The suspect stood approximately 5’9” to 6 foot tall and had a medium build. The suspect vehicle leaving the scene was a grey four door sedan.  Call Crime Stoppers at 788-8427 if you have any information you have about this armed robbery. You can also leave a tip on this website or text a tip to us, instructions are on the tab on this page of the Crime Stopper website. Help us solve this armed robbery, earn a cash reward, and help put a criminal behind bars- call Crime Stoppers.    

Springfield Police's Most Wanted (3/17/2016)

  • 17 March 2016
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Springfield Police's Most Wanted (3/17/2016)

The Springfield Police Department and the Sangamon County State's Attorney's Office are asking for the public's help in finding these people wanted for criminal offenses. Information useful to police include where wanted people are staying, what type of vehicle they are in, known hangouts or people they have been seen with recently.

Another Springfield dollar store robbed; fourth in a month

  • 17 March 2016
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Another Springfield dollar store robbed; fourth in a month

Springfield police are seeking information about a robbery at the Family Dollar store at 313 North Grand Ave. E. Wednesday afternoon. A man walked into the store at 1:53 p.m., approached the clerk and demanded money, police said. After receiving the money, he fled the store on foot. No weapon was displayed. The man was described as black, 5-foot-10 to 6 feet tall, with a thin build, thin beard and a dark-colored shirt and ball cap. Police are investigating the possibility of a link between Wednesday's robbery and three robberies at different Dollar General stores in Springfield over the past month. The last incident occurred March 3 when the Dollar General at 101 North Grand Ave. W. was robbed by a man who implied he had a gun. The first Dollar General robbery occurred about 8:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at 2015 North Grand Ave. E. Police said the robber approached the checkout area, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The clerk complied, and the man ran out of the store. Two days later on Feb. 25, a man entered the Dollar General at 1241 Knoll Pointe Place, just off South Grand Avenue East, about 10:40 a.m. He displayed a handgun and demanded money. The clerk complied, and the man fled.

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