7/28/2015 - 15-516939 Convenience Store Clerk Assault
Do you know who we are? The female in the photo had a disagreement with the clerk at this store. She threatened to get her boyfriend. She came back into the store with 2 people. A black male seen below confronted the clerk and then struck him. The suspects left in their car. If you know who these people are, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a web tip using the link below.
Do you know who this person is? A sum of cash was sitting on the counter ready to be put away and this guy reached over the counter and took it. If you know who this person is, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400. If your tip leads to his identification and arrest, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000!
6/15/2015 - 15-511632SMu Credit Card Abuse/ Auto Burglary Suspect
Do you know me or recognize the gold truck I drive? I was caught on video at this store sometime after the victim`s vehicle was broken into. If you know me, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a web tip at www.amapolice.org
Do you know who this robbery suspect is from the Motel 6 located at 4301 I40 East? He was armed and was caught on video. If you have any information about this suspect, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or "Help solve this crime" by submitting a web tip using the link below the video.
Does anyone know who I am? I may be leisurely walking out with a golf bag, nice set of clubs and other property but guess what, I`m a thief! This is not my property and the owner would like it back and ME in jail. If you know who I am, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or "Help solve this crime" by submitting a web tip using the link below my photos. If your anonymous information leads to my identification and arrest and /or recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000!
Do you know me? I took it upon myself to abscond with someone`s decorative lion statue. If I`m taking this, you can bet I`m stealing everything else I can get my hands on. If you know me, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 OR submit a web tip using the link below my photos.
Between 4-21-15 to 4-26-15 a garage was broken into near the 5500 block of N FM2381. The victims in this case said their garage is broken into sporadically and most recently they had a green 2012 Kawasaki KX65dirt bike (pictured), a 2003 red and gold Honda CRF50 and a TRANS TR450 mountain bike, pictured below. The Potter County Sheriff`s Office needs help identifying the suspects in this case. If you have any information, please call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 of "Help Solve this Crime" using the link below the photos to submit an on-line web tip. If your anonymous information leads to the identification and arrest and/or recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
Armed Robbery at Family Dollar store 433 S. Western
***IDENTIFIED ON A TIP***
On Tuesday April 28th at approximately 9:50 PM Officers were dispatched to the Family Dollar store at 433 S Western in reference to an Aggravated Robbery. Officers arrived 3 minutes later to find that someone had robbed the store at gunpoint. The suspect is described as an unknown age black male wearing a gray beanie, maroon bandana, green shirt, blue pants and light colored shoes. He was armed with a large black hand-gun. The suspect was carrying a white trash bag and demanded money from the two female employees. The suspect took an undetermined amount of money. The suspect left on foot running south from the business. No one was injured during the robbery. Anyone with information is asked to call the Amarillo Police Department at 378-3038 or Amarillo Crime Stoppers with your anonymous information at 374-4400. Tipsters may also submit an encrypted web tip at www.amapolice.org.
Do you know who this suspect is? This victim in the 9300 block of Shylana Ave has had this vehicle`s tires slashed repeatedly. If you have any information on the suspect in this crime, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit an encrypted web tip on-line at using the link below the video. If your anonymous tip leads to the suspects identity and arrest, you may be eligible for a reward!
APD continuing investigation into SW Amarillo robbery. Additional description and suspect vehicle now available.
Additional Description Suspect #1 is a BM, 20-30 years of age, dark complexion, approximately 6’2” tall, approximately 200 pounds, with medium length black hair, and brown eyes. Suspect has a mustache and hair on his chin. He was wearing a grey baseball cap with orange letters, a long sleeve black shirt with red writing, and dark pants. Suspect #2 is a BM, 20-30 years of age, dark complexion, approximately 5’7” tall, approximately 175 pounds, with medium length black hair, and brown eyes. This suspect was wearing an unknown colored shirt, khaki pants, and unknown colored shoes. The pictures of the suspect vehicle were taken from surveillance video at a residence in the neighborhood. The vehicle appears to a dark blue Chevrolet possibly an Impala. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Amarillo Police Department or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374.4400.
We need your help to identify the suspect wearing red. He was one of 2 suspects involved in a robbery on 3-30-15 at the Denny`s located at 2116 S Georgia. If you have any information on this suspect, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or "Help solve this crime" by submitting an encrypted web tip using the link below the photo. If your tip leads to the identification and arrest of the suspect, you may be eligible for a reward!
Do you know who I am? My photos showed up on security footage at two different locations where a victim`s stolen debit card was used. If you know who I am, tell Amarillo Crime Stoppers all about it. Your tip is kept anonymous and if it leads to my identification and arrest AND/OR recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a reward! Call 806-374-4400 or "Help solve this crime" by submitting a web tip using the link below my photos.
Robbery at the Family Dollar 3-18-15. Do you know who this person is? This robbery was reported shortly after 9 PM. The armed suspect left on foot running southbound. If you know who this person is or have any information about this robbery, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 or submit a web-tip at www.amapolice.org
Please tell your family to be careful of who they do business with. There are individuals in the local area telling unsuspecting citizens hard luck stories when bidding tree trimming jobs. We don`t want you or your family to fall prey to these folks. The scammers get some or all of your money up front, start the job and leave the home never to be seen again. The money is gone and the work isn`t done or left mainly unfinished. This is a situation where a civil agreement is made between the homeowner and the scammer. There seems to be a trend over past years where a majority of the citizens scammed are elderly females. Please talk with your family and help prevent their hard earned dollars being taken by a smooth talking person. Don`t get victimized. Don`t agree to pay for work to be done in advance of the project. Check for references, on-line reviews of the company or persons doing the work. Get several bids with other reputable companies before making a decision who gets YOUR hard earned dollars!
3/4/2015 - Potter County Residential Burglary case 15-03129
On 2/27-2/28 a home was broken into located in the 500 block of LaRuth located in Potter County. It appeared the suspects may have been familiar with the home. Taken from the home included 2 computers, 2 lock boxes and a green safe and contents including a number of rifles and hand-guns. If you have any information on the suspects or location of the weapons contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400. You can also submit a text tip by texting ACS and your message and sending it to CRIMES or 274637. You can also submit a web-tip using the link below to "help solve this case". Amarillo Crime Stoppers serves all the communities and Law Enforcement of Potter, Randall and Carson Counties. Thank you for your support. Now lets get these weapons off the street and back to the owners!