Posted: Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Located in: Solved Crimes

Repeated Walmart Theft (Updated 10/14/2012)

On Sunday May 27, 2012 an unknown male suspect entered the store and removed a Phillips Television from the store.The suspect also attempted to load a plastic tub with electronics, but he did not get out of the store with the tub. 

The suspect is thought to be a Caucasian or Hispanic male, approximately 6 feet tall, slender build, with long dark brown or black hair pulled into a pony tail and a goatee.The suspected was wearing blue jeans and an orange shirt.The suspect’s vehicle is a tan/brown Chrysler Minivan, believed to be a Town and Country model.The right brake light on the vehicle may not be working.The vehicle license plates are unknown at this time.

The suspect in this case is believed to be the same suspect involved in a similar theft happening at Walmart on March 21, 2012.During the first incident, the suspect was driving a white 1996 or 1997 Ford Thunderbird or Lincoln Mark VIII. 

On Sunday May 27, 2012 an unknown male suspect entered the store and removed a Phillips Television from the store. The suspect also attempted to load a plastic tub with electronics, but he did not get out of the store with the tub. 

The suspect is thought to be a Caucasian or Hispanic male, approximately 6 feet tall, slender build, with long dark brown or black hair pulled into a pony tail and a goatee. The suspected was wearing blue jeans and an orange shirt. The suspect’s vehicle is a tan/brown Chrysler Minivan, believed to be a Town and Country model. The right brake light on the vehicle may not be working. The vehicle license plates are unknown at this time.

The suspect in this case is believed to be the same suspect involved in a similar theft happening at Walmart on March 21, 2012. During the first incident, the suspect was driving a white 1996 or 1997 Ford Thunderbird or Lincoln Mark VIII.

(FIRST EVENT) On Thursday, March 22nd, the Chadron Police Department received report of a theft from the Chadron Walmart. The theft had occurred the day before when an unknown male suspect entered the store and removed electronic and video merchandise from the store without paying. Approximately two hours later, the same male suspect committed a similar theft at the Walmart store in Scottsbluff.

The suspect is thought to be a Caucasian male, approximately six feet tall, of a slender build, with long dark brown or black hair pulled into a pony tail. The suspected was wearing blue jeans and a two-toned black and silver long-sleeve pullover. The suspect’s vehicle is a white two-door passenger car with sun roof and may have a rear spoiler on top of the trunk. The car is believed to be a 1996 or 1997 Ford Thunderbird or Lincoln Mark VIII. The Chadron Police Department has released surveillance photos of the suspect and his vehicle and is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying him. If you can identify the male suspect or the vehicle he was driving, or can provide information related to these crimes, call the Chadron Police Department at 308-432-0510 or Dawes County Crime Stoppers at 308-432-0519. You can also contact the Scottsbluff Police Department at 308-632-7176 or Scotts Bluff County Crime Stoppers at 308-632-7867. Informants are allowed to remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a cash reward.--Submitted by the Chadron Police Department