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Crime of the Week

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. 


1/11/2017 - Vehicle Break-ins

The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving recent break-ins. 

Over the month of December and in the 1st week of January, the number of vehicle break-ins has increased significantly. In the overnight hours of Sunday January 8th, there were at least 10 vehicles broken into.  Almost all of these were on the West side of town, and nearly all of the vehicles were unlocked.  Crimestoppers is requesting that citizens report anyone suspicious in your neighborhood, and that you protect yourself and your belongings by removing valuables from your vehicle and locking your cars. 

Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for your anonymous information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this or any other crimes.               

All you need to do is call Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS at (308) 284-4600 and give us your information.  You can also visit our web site at tricountytips.com and submit your tips online, or visit our Facebook page.  We don’t want your name and you will remain completely anonymous.

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12/7/2016 - Grant Burglary, Gun, Guitar and Ammo

The Perkins County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a recent Burglary. 

Sometime between the evening of November 4th and the evening of November 5th, Unknown persons broke into a residence at 621 Central Ave. in Grant.   Once inside suspects stole multiple high dollar items including a blue Fender electric guitar, a Ruger Blackhawk 41 Magnum Pistol with white Grips, and various calibers of ammunition.  The total loss of the items stolen was over $1500.  Pistol’s serial number has been entered into the national system. 

Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for your anonymous information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this or any other crimes.              

All you need to do is call Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS at (308) 284-4600 and give us your information.  You can also visit our web site at tricountytips.com and submit your tips online, or visit our Facebook page.  We don’t want your name and you will remain completely anonymous.

 

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10/21/2016 - Brule area Burglary of large sums of cash.

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

 

On September 3rd Deputies were dispatched to a residential Burglary prior about a mile west of Brule on Highway 30.  Upon arrival Deputies discovered forced entry into the home.  The break-in is estimated to have occurred between Thursday September 1st, and early Saturday September 3rd.  Suspects stole large sums of cash including some large bills, uncirculated cash, and multiple gold coins.  The total loss is estimated in the six figures.  Law Enforcement is requesting the public’s assistance by alerting authorities to subjects who may suddenly have access to large sums of money, or are making large cash purchases that would typically be above their means.

 

Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for your anonymous information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this or any other crimes. 

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9/12/2016 - Schmidt Motors Vehicle theft

The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving a Vehicle Theft.

 

On August 10th at about 2 AM, a blue, 2005, Dodge Ram 3500 Crew Cab, with a flatbed was stolen from Schmidt Motors.  At about the same time, license plates from a different Dodge truck were also stolen from the business.  It is believed that the crimes are related and the stolen truck may have the stolen plates attached to it.  The stolen plates are Nebraska Commercial 77-57.  The vehicle was valued at $18,000 and has been entered into the national system as stolen.

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8/8/2016 - Perkins County UTV and Trailer Theft
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Some time between the evening of Friday, July 15, 2016 and the afternoon of Sunday, July 17, 2016, a theft occurred at the AG Sales Arctic Cat dealership in Grant, where a 2016 Arctic Cat HDX 700 XT side-by-side utility vehicle was stolen.

 

The UTV is black with lime green hood and side accents.  It was likely either hotwired or trailered away.  It should be noted that the vehicle is equipped with a feature that disables the engine after five hours of use.

 

The UTV is valued at over $13,000.00.

 

Additionally, during the same timeframe, a black, five-foot by ten-foot utility trailer with white wheels, was stolen from another property nearby.  The trailer has a wood floor and tailgate, with Nebraska license plate 74-X897.

 

The trailer is valued at about $1,000.00.

 

It is believed that the UTV theft and the trailer theft are linked, and the trailer may have been used to transport the UTV.  The VIN numbers for both the UTV and the trailer have been entered into the national database as stolen.

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7/7/2016 - Tool Theft at Ogallala Hospital
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In the early morning hours of June 13th unknown persons broke into a construction trailer at the  Ogallala Community Hospital and stole multiple power tools including a Dewalt Chop saw, a Framing Nailer, Sawsalls, Grinders, and Screw guns.  Serial numbers were provided for some of the tools and entered into the national system.  Security video of a suspect vehicle is available and posted on line.  Total estimated loss for this theft is nearly $11,000.

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7/7/2016 - Burglary of Guns and Jewlery

 On June 8th a burglary was reported at 511 West K Street where multiple guns and several thousand dollars in jewelry were stolen.  The guns stolen were two, .22 cal. Smith and Wesson Revolvers, a semi-automatic Ruger SR22, and a DPMS .223 cal AR-15.  The serial numbers of these weapons have been entered into the national system.  The jewelry was mostly rings and are able to be identified by the owner.

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5/4/2016 - Grant Elevator Burglary

 

On April 8th unknown persons broke into the Grant Elevator and stole a Dickie John Brand Gain Analysis computer.  The value of the computer is over $5000.

 

Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for your anonymous information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this or any other crimes. 

                 

All you need to do is call Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS at (308) 284-4600 and give us your information.  You can also visit our web site at tricountytips.com and submit your tips online, or visit our Facebook page.  We don’t want your name and you will remain completely anonymous.

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4/12/2016 - Venango firestation theft

The Perkins County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a theft.

 

On March 2nd several items were noticed missing from the Venango Fire Department.  A yellow fire helmet, a battery booster pack, 2 radios, and 2 automatic air ejects were found missing.  The total value of the missing items is over $3000.

 

Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for your anonymous information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this or any other crimes. 

                 

All you need to do is call Tri-COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS at (308) 284-4600 and give us your information.  You can also visit our web site at tricountytips.com and submit your tips online, or visit our Facebook page.  We don’t want your name and you will remain completely anonymous.

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3/16/2016 - D&B Full Service Burglary
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The Ogallala Police Department needs your help in solving a burglary. 

In the overnight hours of February 5th 2016 someone broke into D&B full service at 607 West 1st street, by forcing in the front door.  Once inside the suspects stole car programmers, an antique socket set, a set of new tires, and other items totaling nearly $3000.  A unique hat was left at the scene by the burglar’s.  If this hat looks familiar and you know who the owner is you are encouraged to contact CrimeStoppers or the Ogallala Police Department.

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