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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 308-284-4600 or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 


2/5/2014 - Residential Burglary

The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving a recent Residential Burglary.

 On January 14th Officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of West 4th St.  Unknown persons entered a residence and stole a 32 inch flat screen, home theater system, computer, digital camera and cash.  Value of the items stole was over $500 making this a Felony.

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12/9/2013 - Thefts of Tools

        The Keith County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving two recent thefts involving tools.  On November 18, Deputies were called to the 1500 Mile of Keystone-Sarben Road for a theft.  Deputies learned that unknown persons stole several tools from a construction site.  Most of the tools stolen were used commonly for concrete work.  The value of the tools stolen is over $1300.  Then on November 25, Deputies were called to the 100 Block of West 1st Street in Paxton for another theft of tools.  Deputies learned that unknown persons entered a locked vehicle and stole several power tools.  The brands of the stolen power tools were Makita, Craftsman and Dewalt.  The value of the stolen tools in this case was estimated around $3000.  Both of these thefts are felonies.                   

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9/21/2013 - Burglary at L&L Trailer CourtSOLVED
The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving a recent burglary.  On September 21, 2013, Officers were called to L&L Trailer Court for a prior burglary.  It was discovered that unknown person or persons forced entry into the trailer after the homeowner had left.  The unknown person or persons then took several items from the residence.  Stolen items include jewelry, knives, harmonicas, purses, and two badges belonging to former Keith County Sheriff’s deputies.  The estimated loss of all the items was estimated at around $12,000 making this crime a felony. 

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9/3/2013 - Burglary at Kingsley Lodge
On September 2, Deputies were called to Kingsley Lodge at Lake McConaughy. Deputies learned that sometime overnight on September 1, unknown subjects broke a window and entered the business and stole several items. The items taken were a safe containing cash, a vehicle title and several books of park entry stickers belonging to the Nebraska Game and Parks. Other items were also damaged inside the store. The total of the damaged and stolen items taken were valued at over $20,000.

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8/7/2013 - Engine Well Theft

Sometime between July 11th and July 14th a well engine was stolen from the property at 210 Road East 120.  The Engine was a 408 CAT engine, and was painted CAT yellow. The estimated value of the engine was $3,500, making this crime a Felony.

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7/12/2013 - Theft from Barn

The Keith County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a recent Theft.

 

On June 1st the Keith County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a burglary to a barn at 151 West Hwy 26, North of Ogallala.  Sometime on or around the date of May 30th or  31st , unknown suspects gained entry to a barn on the property and stole several electric saws, sanders and drills along with horse tack, dog training gear, and a weed eater. The total value of all the items stolen is over $500 making this crime a Felony.

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5/14/2013 - Theft from J&K Irrigation
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The Keith County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a burglary.

On April 8 and April 24 2013, Deputies were called to J and K Irrigation in Ogallala.  Deputies learned that on two separate occasions; unknown subjects had entered the property overnight and stolen several spools of copper span wire as well as fishing tackle and equipment.   A smaller red single cab pickup with a black tool box was seen on video leaving the area around the time of the second theft.  The value of the wire and fishing gear were estimated at over $ 3800.

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4/5/2013 - Theft of Copper in the county
The Keith County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a theft in the county.  On March 6th deputies were called to 300 mile of Road West M which is located south west of Brule.  The victim reported that unknown subjects stole 7 new rolls of copper wire valued at $5,000.00.        

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4/4/2013 - Burglary at Verizon
The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving a recent Burglary.  On March 22nd Officers were called to the Verizon store in Ogallala for a prior burglary.  Officers learned that overnight unknown subjects had used force to enter the business.  Once inside the business subjects stole cash and electronics.  Damages were estimated at over $1,000

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2/6/2013 - Theft of Firearms
Multiple thefts of Firearms are this crime of the month.
Around the date of January 16th someone stole 2 high end shotguns from a vehicle in the 300 block of east 10th, along with a large amount of hunting gear. The Shotguns were a Browning Citori Over Under Shotgun and a Winchester Super X2 semi-automatic shotgun. The Browning shotgun has been recovered but the Winchester is still at large.
Also sometime during December, a Colt Double Eagle .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol was stolen from a residence in Rural, Eastern Keith County.
All of the serial numbers for the stolen firearms have been entered into the national Database and any law enforcement officer can check the status of a serial number on a weapon.
Law enforcement is asking the public to come forward with any information about subjects conducting suspicious gun sales, including selling guns for far less than they are worth, insisting on making a sale anonymously, or sales fitting the descriptions of the weapons just mentioned.

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