The West Chester Police Department is attempting to identify people involved in stealing wallets from purses.
On February 19, a group of people were working together at the Voice of America Shopping Center to steal wallets from purses left in shopping carts. The female would distract victims while a male got into the purses. Stolen credit cards from the wallets were then used to make purchases by the suspects at local retail stores.
Anyone who may know the identities of either subject should contact Crimestoppers at (513) 352-3040 or the West Chester Police Department at (513) 777-2231.
Tips may also be submitted online through the WCPD anonymous tip line: https://www.westchesteroh.org/departments/police-department/report-a-tip/-fsiteid-1
The Springfield Township Police is attempting to identify the pictured suspects below wanted for theft. On 12-30-19, unknown subjects entered the victim’s residence and stole a debit/credit card. The card was then used at multiple businesses, including Kroger, Wal Mart, Meijer, Speedway, and Valley Beer, for a total of $735. The victim is 95 years old. The following photos were taken from the Wal Mart in Evendale.
If you have any information, please contact Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 or Detective Ryan Camardo at 513-729-1300.
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North College Hill detectives are attempting to identify a suspect in a robbery that occurred on 01/22/20 at around 2135 hrs. Pictured suspect was described as a heavy set female black, mid 30s, wearing a head wrap, bright blue sweater, bright green undershirt, black leggings, black gym shoes and carrying a black purse. Suspect went to register and advised the clerk that she had a gun in her purse and to empty the register of its cash to the sum of approximately $160.00. Subject did not produce a gun during the incident, only implied.
If you can identify this subject, please call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.
The Springfield Township Police Department needs your help in identifying these three suspects. On 1/19/2020 at approximately 7:32am, the three unknown suspects all brandishing handguns entered the Mobile Gas Station located at Winton Rd. & Galbraith Rd. in Springfield Township and robbed the store and clerk of approximately $350. If anyone knows the identity of these individuals, please call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 or Detective Khayo at the Springfield Township Police Department at 513-729-1300.
Springfield Township Police needs your help in identifying the pictured subject. On January 13, 2020, at approximately 5:24 pm, a black male suspect entered the Buffalo Wings & Rings located at 8377 Winton Road and attempted to pay for food with a $100 counterfeit bill. The pictured black male, approximately 40 years of age, average height, and about 240 pounds. The suspect got into the passenger seat of a 1997 dark green Toyota 4dr bearing license HXR2719. Buffalo Wings & Rings also had two counterfeit $100 bills passed on January 3, 2020. The store owner advised that a female black purchased food with a counterfeit bill, and approximately 15 minutes later, a male black came in and purchased food with a counterfeit bill with the same serial number.
If you can identify the pictured subject or can provide information about the persons who used the counterfeit bills on January 3, 2020, please call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 or the Springfield Township Police Department at 513-729-1300.
On 12/19/2019 at 1315 hours, the pictured unknown male subject entered the Kroger at 8421 Winton Road. The pictured suspect took the victim’s wallet containing a credit card. The car was then used shortly after at the Speedway in North College Hill to buy gas, beer, and cigarettes. If anyone knows the identities of these individuals, please call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 or the Springfield Township Police Department at 513-729-1300.
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On December 14th at approximately 12:05 am the victim was standing outside of Wolfman’s Tavern located at 205 Mill St. The victim was outside the bar smoking a cigarette when he was approached by two black males from different directions. The first asked him “what are you looking at.” The victim stated he did not want any trouble and began to enter the bar when second suspect pulled a weapon and fired one shot, striking the victim in the abdomen cause critical injuries. Both suspects fled south from the establishment on foot. Suspect # 1 was a male black in a dark hoodie. Suspect #2 was a male black in a black hoodie with some type of graphic or image on it and he had an Afro. Both suspects were believed to be in their late teens to early twenties.
Anyone with information about this incident, please call Lockland Police Department at 513-761-1699 (Sergeant Godbey) or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040