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Boise Police are Looking for Your Help Identifying a Suspect in a Credit Card Fraud (21-108717)
June 03, 2021

On May 4, 2021 a male subject picked up an engine rebuild kit at a business in Boise.  The purchase was made over the phone and paid by credit card prior to the pick-up.  The business later discovered the purchase was made with a stolen credit card number.  Detectives were able to obtain pictures of the subject from the business and believe he is possibly involved in similar incidents.

 

Go to 343COPS.org and click on Unsolved Crimes to view pictures of the male subject and his vehicle, which appears to be a black Dodge 3500.

 

 If you have any information on this crime, you can report it anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 208-343-COPS (2677) or leaving a web tip at 343COPS.org

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Help ID Vehicle Burglary Suspect (BPD DR#21-108867)
May 26, 2021

On May 24, 2021 an unknown subject entered the victim’s vehicle which was parked in front of their residence in the 5600 block of W. Dorian Lane.  Items were taken from the vehicle including cash, ID cards, and financial cards.  That same morning the victim’s credit card was used to make purchases at businesses off W. Overland Rd. where images of the subject were obtained.

 

Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

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Boise Police is Looking to ID Suspect in Felony Malicious Injury to Property (DR21-108244)
May 21, 2021

On May 14 officers took a report of damage to a business in the 1500 block of S. Orchard St.  The business was able to obtain video of a male subject and the vehicle he was driving.  The estimated damage exceeds $1,000 making this crime a felony.

 

Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

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Boise Police Ask For Your Help Identifying Fraud Suspects (21-103049)
May 06, 2021

On February 21, a victim lost their wallet in the 2500 block of W. Fairview Ave. in Boise.  The victim’s credit card was used for multiple purchases in Boise and online.  Pictures of a female using the victim’s card and her vehicle were obtained from a local retailer.

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Boise Detectives Ask for Your Help Identifying Suspects in Bike Thefts
April 21, 2021

This spring Boise officers have taken multiple reports of bikes being stolen from downtown Boise and the area around Boise State University.  In many of these cases the suspect or suspects involved have used a tool to cut cable locks on bikes secured at bike racks overnight.

 

Officers have been able to recover some of the stolen bikes, but many remain missing.

 

Go to 343COPS.com and click on Unsolved Crimes to view pictures of suspects from bike thefts on March 26 and April 5.

 

If you have any information on the suspects in these or other bike thefts, you can report it anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 208-343-COPS (2677) or leaving a web tip at 343COPS.com

 

To help prevent become a victim of a bike theft, be sure to use a U-lock to secure your bike.

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Can you identify this Burglar? DR-2516
April 18, 2021

Meridian PD is seeking information regarding a commercial burglary that occurred on 04-18-2021 at approximately 0730 hours in the city of Meridian, Idaho.  The suspect was possibly involved in a separate burglary that occurred in the same area and timeframe.  The suspect is described as a white male with thinning hair and a beard.  If you can identify the suspect in the photographs please contact Detective Jason Brown at the Meridian Police Department. 

You can remain anonymous and you can earn a reward of up to $1000.00 if your tip leads to a felony arrest! Contact Crime Stoppers now as follows:

1-Leave a web tip at 343COPS.COM

2-Use our new FREE app, P3 Tips! You can get the app on ITunes or in the Google Play Store by typing “P3 Tips” in the search bar.

3-Call 208-343-COPS(2677)

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Help Identify These Nampa ATM Thieves! (N21-21347)
April 03, 2021

Overnight on Saturday April 3rd, three suspects arrived at a bank in the 800 block of 12th Ave S in Nampa.  The subjects broke into an exterior ATM, stealing its contents.  They then left the scene in a stolen truck, which police later found abandoned a short distance away.

 

Images of the crime were obtained from the ATM camera.  While they are poor in quality, police still ask for your help with any information surrounding this crime.

 

You can remain anonymous and earn a reward by calling Crime Stoppers of Southwest Idaho at 208-343-COPS (2677) or by leaving a web tip at 343COPS.com

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Can You Identify this Vehicle Burglar Suspect?
April 01, 2021

MERIDIAN- The Meridian Police Department is requesting the public’s help in identifying the male individual in the attached photos. On March 27, 2021 around 3:00PM the unknown suspect broke into a vehicle parked near a business on Eagle and Records Ave. in Meridian. The suspect broke a window to gain access and stole two firearms.  
The suspect is described as a white male with brown hair and goatee, approximately six feet tall and about 300 pounds. He walks with a limp and uses a cane. 
If you have any information, please contact the Meridian Police Department at 208-846-7300 or propertycrimes@meridiancity.org. You can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 208-343-COPS. Case Number 21-1973. The Meridian Police Department would like to thank media and the public for their assistance in this investigation.  

You can remain anonymous and you can earn a reward of up to $1000.00 if your tip leads to a felony arrest! Contact Crime Stoppers now as follows:

1-Leave a web tip at 343COPS.COM

2-Use our new FREE app, P3 Tips! You can get the app on ITunes or in the Google Play Store by typing “P3 Tips” in the search bar.

3-Call 208-343-COPS(2677)

 

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Help BPD Identify Vehicle Burglary Suspects (DR#21-105128)
April 01, 2021

On Sunday March 28, Boise Police received multiple reports from victims who had their vehicle broken into while at a local trailhead or other public recreation area.  The vehicles were either left unlocked or shows signs of forced entry.  The only items taken were credit and debit cards, while purses and wallets were left behind.

 

Go to 343COPS.com and click on unsolved crimes to view pictures of two males and one female subject who were caught on camera at local retailers using the victims stolen cards to purchase gift cards and high dollar items.

 

Officers encourage those using trailheads and other public recreation areas to not leave purses and wallets behind in your vehicle.   Instead take them with you or leave them at home and only take the essentials you will need on your trip.

 

If you have any information on these crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 208-343-COPS (2677) or leave a web tip at 343COPS.com

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Stolen Boat & Trailer in Emmett
March 25, 2021

Emmett, Idaho – Emmett Police is seeking the public’s assistance in solving a grand theft of a fishing boat and trailer.  Between February 18th and February 22nd, 2020 a 14’ Lowe flat bottom “Jon boat” with open hull and a trolling motor mount attached to the front of the boat, along with the trailer it was on, were taken from the backyard of a residence on South Commercial Ave in Emmett. The boat was painted an olive drab green. The trailer was grey with white fenders.  Emmett Police would appreciate any tips or information about this theft as our desire is to return the boat to its rightful owner.

 

Emmett Police in partnership with Crime Stoppers of Southwest Idaho are seeking information.  If anyone knows where the boat or trailer is located, we encourage you to contact Crime Stoppers.  With Crime Stoppers of Southwest Idaho:

You can remain anonymous and you can earn a reward of up to $1000.00 if your tip leads to a felony arrest! Contact Crime Stoppers now as follows:

1-Leave a web tip at 343COPS.Com

2-Use our new FREE app, P3! You can get the app on ITunes or in the Google Play Store by typing “P3 tips” in the search bar.

3-Call 208-343-COPS(2677)

 



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