CAN YOU ID ME? 02-24-2015

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CAN YOU ID ME? 02-24-2015

The Missoula Police Department needs your assistance to identify this person This male is suspected of armed robbery with a knife. Please reference report #6541, Detective Mitch Lange.

At about 7 pm, Sunday, February 22nd, a robbery was reported to have occurred at the Missoula Shopko department store. A store employee reported that a white male adult entered the store just after 6:30 pm and immediately started concealing items in his clothing. The man was confronted by store personnel at the exit and fled, running into an employee and falling to the floor where he lost several items he had concealed, as well his baseball style cap he was wearing. Employees followed the suspect male into the parking lot where he brandished a small knife in a threatening manner before getting into a tan or beige Ford Escape, and leaving the area.

The male suspect is described as being between 19 – 28 years of age, approximately 5’10 – 6’0 & 160 – 170 lbs. He was wearing a white, horizontal striped hooded zip-up sweatshirt with black on the wrist cuffs, a grey scarf, black t-shirt on top of a red t-shirt, a black flat brimmed hat with white lettering that read, “CALI” on the front and black pants.

If you recognize this person, call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

CAN YOU ID ME ? 02-23-2015

CAN YOU ID ME? 02-23-2015

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in identifying these fuel theft susp ects. Over the past several months fuel thefts have occurred at unattended Sinclair fuel pumps off of Airway Boulevard, west of Missoula. These “Big Rig Violators” have manually disabled the automatic pumps and have stolen over $4,000 of fuel; between the hours of 11:30 pm and 01:00 am.

If you recognize these suspects or their trucks, call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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CRIME OF THE WEEK 02-18-2015

CRIME OF THE WEEK 02-18-2015

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in solving a crime against a local family business.

On the evening of February 13th, 2015 thieves cut a hole in the fence of Clean Green Lawn Service, located at 5970 Highway 93 South, between Missoula and Lolo. The theft of equipment, including eight specialized Open Country tires with XD rims, are valued at over $4,000.

If you have any information concerning this felony crime; call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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CAN YOU ID ME? 02-11-2015 Solved!

  • CAN YOU ID ME? 02-11-2015 Beer Heist Solved!
    A big thank you to all our Crimestopping Tipsters and especially to the responsible parents for identifying the suspects, who turned themselves into the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office, restitution is being paid to the victim. You all make this a better, safer community when you said no to criminal behavior.

CAN YOU ID ME? 02-11-2015

CAN YOU ID ME? 02-12015

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in identifying two male suspects. The below pictured males are suspected in a theft from the Lolo NortTown Pump at the corner of Highway 93 and Glacier Drive. Items stolen include over $40 of beer.

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If you recognize these suspects, call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

 

CAN YOU ID ME? 02-10-2015

Can You ID Me? 02-10-2015

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in identifying these female and male suspects. On October 29th, 2014 this couple used a stolen debit card to purchase items at Walmart in Missoula. They then left the area driving a white or light colored vehicle.

If you recognize these suspects, call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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CAN YOU ID ME? 02-03-2015

Can You ID Me? 02-03-2015

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in identifying this female suspect and possibly another suspect. On January 31, 2015 at 5:30 pm in Deano’s Casino a theft occurred. Suspects stole a worker’s personal property and cash.

Specifically taken were:
1. HP 1300 Touch Screen lap-top – brushed silver color
2. Pink Victoria’s Secret bag w/dark pink stripes & rhinestones
3. Dooney & Burke pink wallet w/brown-white cow strip
4. Credit cards, cash

If you recognize this person, call the Five Valleys Crimestoppers 24 hour tip line at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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Crime of the Week 01-15-2015

Missoula Police Department needs your assistance in solving a crime committed against a local Missoula wellness/ healthcare business.

Sometime before the holidays, late December 2014, a trailer belonging to “It Starts with Me”, located at 29 Fort Missoula Road, was broken into. During this time, the suspect(s) damaged several locks and stole 2 Super Winch S-Series winches and 2 trailer batteries. Call in your tips to Five Valleys Crimestoppers at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain completely anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.” Please reference report #2014-704.

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Thank You

Dear Friends:
As we begin the new year, Five Valleys Crimestoppers would like to thank the many businesses and citizens in our area for your financial support and generous donations throughout the year. You, fellow Montana citizens, and public media, such as the local television stations and the Missoulian, have enabled us to do the good work that is important to the safety of our community for everyone’s benefit.

Five Valleys Crimestoppers is a non-profit organization that helps solve crimes in our community by encouraging anonymous tips about criminal activities and providing cash rewards for tips that result in solving crimes and the arrest and prosecution of criminals involved. We serve Missoula, Ravalli, and Mineral counties.

We are solely funded through private donations and do not receive funding from any federal, state or local government agencies. We are governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, made up of private citizens from the community, as well as liaisons from various law enforcement agencies. There are no administrative “overhead” expenses involved.

The track record for Crimestoppers is impressive. Since 1981, we have paid a total of $250,770 in rewards. In terms of return on investment, the anonymous tips have resulted in 1,123 cases solved, $6,642,193 total property recovered, $10,876,352 in value of drugs that were seized, and 1,194 arrests.

We care about having a safe community for our families and our friends, and we know you do, as well. Thank you for helping us make our community a safer place for everyone’s sake.

Board of Directors
Five Valleys Crimestoppers Program, Inc.
Lee Eakins, Chairman