If you know who this package thief is, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 where your tip is anonymous and if it leads the identification and arrest and/or recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000! Submit an encrypted web-tip using the link below the video
Do you know who drives this car? Someone had a package stolen from their porch in Amarillo. Their surveillance camera caught some images of the vehicle. Unfortunately, this is as clear as we can get the photos. It appears the vehicle`s trunk may have some damage to the left side as though it may have been pried. If you know who the suspect is and have information about the suspect or the vehicle, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a web-tip using the link below the photos. If your anonymous tip leads to the identification and arrest of the suspect and/or recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a reward!
We have already located this vehicle and one of the suspects involved in this package theft. We need YOUR help identifying the person seen running to the porch and taking the package. If they are taking this persons property, they may be stealing from others as well. If you know who this suspect is, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit using the link below. Your anonymous tip could earn a reward!
2/7/2015 - Deadly Conduct Potter County & APD case 502998ESm
On 02/07/15 at approximately 2:35 am a Potter County Deputy conducted a traffic stop of a motor vehicle in the area of Western and Fairway. Shortly after making contact with the occupants, it was learned the passenger had an outstanding arrest warrant out of the Amarillo Police Department. A second Potter County patrol unit arrived on scene and the Amarillo Police Department was notified and summoned to take custody of the arrested party. While deputies were waiting the arrival of the APD, they heard multiple gunshots in the area of Hester and Hester, northwest of their location. Deputies reported hearing spent rounds flying in their immediate area, ricocheting rounds, and a dull thud. However, no vehicles and or muzzle flash was seen. Approximately 6 gunshots were heard as deputies took cover behind their vehicles. Deputies notified Potter County Dispatch of the gunshots and requested additional units to the scene to assist. After a short period, no additional gunshots were heard deputies began to inspect their units for damage. Deputies noticed the right rear window of one of the patrol units shattered and what appeared to be a single bullet impact point. During this same timeframe, deputies heard Amarillo Police units being dispatched to the area of Colonial Street on gunshots. Colonial street is in the area of Western and Fairway and deputies went to that location where they met with Officers of the Amarillo Police Department. There, deputies learned that a rear door of a residence had been broken out reportedly from a bullet. Deputies and APD Officers were able to establish trajectory of the bullet entering the home and estimated the origin to be in the area of Hester and Hester, northwest of the damaged home. Deputies went to the Hester and Hester intersection where they recovered some evidence. Presently there are no suspects and the investigation is ongoing. The public is encouraged to contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 or the Potter Sheriff`s office.
This suspect was captured on video using a bogus credit card at this merchant. Chances are that someone knows who he is. If that`s you, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a tip on-line at amapolice.org. If your anonymous tip leads to his arrest, you could be eligible for a reward!
Do you recognize this suspect? He was caught on camera in broad daylight backing up to this business in the 2200 block of Amarillo BV East He is seen cutting the lock with bolt cutters and stealing the AC unit from the business. If you have information on the suspect, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a web tip using the link below his photos. If your anonymous tip leads to the identification and arrest and/or recovery of stolen property, you can get a reward of up to $1,000.
Do you know this guy? Evidently he had been in this yard multiple times and we need YOUR help getting him identified. This was in the neighborhood area of I40/Tyler St back in April of 2014. If you know who he is, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit an encrypted web tip at www.amapolice.org. If your anonymous tip leads to his identification and arrest, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000
12/11/2014 - Potter County Burglary 14-18220 Upman St
On 12-11-14, the Potter County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a burglary in the 3100 block of Upman in Potter County.The homeowner arrived at his residence about 10:00 a.m. as it was being burglarized.Two suspects confronted the homeowner inside the home and one of them pointed a gun at him.The two suspects ran from the home carrying off some stolen items from the home.The two suspects were seen running to a parked vehicle down the street and it was described as a white, 4 door, Oldsmobile or Chevy and was last seen fleeing from the area travelling south on Glenn St.This case is being investigated as a Robbery, since a weapon was used to commit the burglary. Anyone with information in this case is asked to please contact the Potter County Sheriff’s Office 806-379-2900 or Amarillo Crime Stoppers 806-374-4400.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help identifying these counterfeit bill suspects. The female is a suspect spotted in Lubbock from October 7th. The dark car is what she drove off in leaving a Home Depot. The male counterfeit suspect was spotted on Oct 8th in Amarillo after he purchased an air compressor at the Home Depot on S Georgia St. He was seen driving off in the maroon truck with primer grey bedside. The United States Secret Service gives credence that the suspects know each other and may live in Amarillo. The same federal reserve note has been passed at Lowes stores in Amarillo and Lubbock. If you have any information about these suspects, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at (806) 374-4400 or submit a tip on-line at amapolice.org. If your tip leads to the identification and an arrest, you could get a reward of up to $1,000.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help locating this stolen motorcycle. There may be a second suspect involved in this case as well. If you have any information leading to the recovery of the motorcycle and/or identification and arrest of additional suspect(s), contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit an encrypted web tip at amapolice.org. Your anonymous information could earn a reward of up to $1,000
ORIGINAL RELEASE: On Wednesday morning, 12-3-14, at about 2:00 AM, officers were dispatched to the Golden Spread Motor Plex located at 4112 S Georgia on a white male dressed in all black pushing a motorcycle out of an open garage door. When officers arrived, they found a broken window on the south side of the building and an open door on the east side of the building. Officers began searching the building and found Jonathan David Skrabits, WM, 30, hiding inside the business. A motorcycle from the business was found behind the building. A second motorcycle was discovered missing but has not been located. Jonathan was placed under arrest and booked into the Randall County Jail for burglary of a building.
Do you know me? I was the passenger in a dark GM model truck. We pulled up and I got out, walked into the store and took their money bag while the employees were distracted. If you know who I am contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 or "Help solve this crime" by submitting a completely anonymous and encrypted web tip using the link below this video of me committing the crime.
AMARILLO, Texas – Xcel Energy has joined forces with Amarillo Crime Stoppers to stop the crime of copper theft, a growing problem that threatens public safety and can drive up the cost of electricity.
Criminals have become more brazen in their attempts to remove copper from power lines and power substations as the price of copper has risen. When these thefts involve ground wires, Xcel Energy personnel and members of the public can be seriously injured by stray current. And the damage from these thefts can lead to service interruptions and expensive damage to critical electrical facilities, which can increase electricity costs for area customers.
“We have seen an increase in copper theft across our Texas and New Mexico service area, and particularly in HutchinsonCounty northeast of Amarillo,” said Chris Shelton, protection services consultant for Xcel Energy in Amarillo. “One of the best ways to counter this crime is to seek information from area residents in apprehending these criminals and preventing further crimes.”
Xcel Energy is partnering with Amarillo Crime Stoppers to help fund a coordinated effort to obtain information leading to arrests and convictions of copper thieves, not only in Amarillo but in surrounding counties. This is made possible by a supplemental reward contract between Xcel Energy and Amarillo Crime Stoppers, Inc. Cpl. Sean Slover of the Amarillo Police Department and coordinator of the Amarillo Crime Stoppers program, said solving and preventing copper thefts not only protects the public from electrical accidents, but also helps remove criminals from the streets who tend to be involved in other criminal activity.
“In many cases, proceeds from stolen copper are supporting other criminal activities such as the illegal drug trade,” Slover said. “Amarillo Crime Stoppers is glad to lend our resources to this fight if our efforts also will help solve and prevent other serious crimes.”
Amarillo Crime Stoppers provides rewards for tips that lead to the identification and arrest of criminals, and is extending these rewards specifically to citizens of the Texas Panhandle who help solve crimes involving stolen copper from electrical facilities. Rewards through the Xcel Energy-Amarillo Crime Stoppers partnership have been increased to a combined amount of up to $5,500 for Xcel Energy-specific crime locations. Area residents with information on copper theft incidents at Xcel Energy facilities can contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at (806) 374-4400 or submit anonymous tips using the link below the photos. The Amarillo Crime Stoppers, Inc board members vote for the amount to be paid for any tip that solves/clears an unsolved case.