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Motor Vehicle Theft November 27, 2019
On November 27, 2019, at about 11:50 am, a vehicle was stolen from a business on the 7100 block of N Navarro St. The vehicle, a tan 2014 Toyota Highlander, was later recovered in Cooke County and tied to several burglaries. Police are seeking to identify a thin male subject who was wearing a long sleeve shirt and ball cap in connection with this theft.
Burglary of Vehicle October 28, 2019
During the night, from October 28th to October 29th, several vehicles in the lot of a business on the 4500 block of N Navarro St were broken into. The suspect was wearing a black jacket and a yellow, collared shirt at the time of the offense, and was recorded by surveillance cameras at the location. The suspect climbed a fence at the location before going through vehicles and taking various items.
Hit and Run on Port Lavaca Hwy October 06, 2019
On October 6th at around 3:50 am, a vehicle was involved in a crash on the 2400 Block of Port Lavaca Dr. The vehicle left the scene and the driver did not stop to render aid to injured persons involved in the crash. Investigators believe the vehicle that left the scene is a gray 2015-2017 Hyundai Accent. The vehicle will have front driver’s side damage.
Burglary of Building September 17, 2019
On September 17th, at around 3:30 am, a male and female subject on a motorcycle attempted to break into a business on the 1200 Block of N Moody St. The male subject pulled on door handles all around the closed business and appeared to tamper with the breaker box at the location. The subjects appear to be the same ones involved in some other incidents in nearby communities.