The Missoula Police Department need your help to recover property and locating the suspect(s) who stole a Baja SUV Rack sometime between 9/23 and 10/24 while it was parked in the parking lot of J and P Customs, located at 2502 Murphy Street. Please reference report number 34974.
Call in your tips to Five Valleys Crimestoppers at (406) 721-4444 or (406) 363-0062. You can remain completely anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
Frenchtown: MCSO Seeks Suspect in Vehicle Break-in
Wednesday September 24th 2014: The Sheriff’s office is seeking help in identifying a suspect involved in a misdemeanor theft from a motor vehicle that occurred yesterday at Frenchtown High School. The theft occurred somewhere between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on September 23rd. The suspect broke the passenger side rear window of the vehicle and stole the victim’s purse. The purse contained $300.00 cash, identifying documents and two credit cards.
French town High School captured the suspect vehicle on video/camera and submitted them to our office. The suspect vehicle appears to be a newer style Nissan Armada, silver or white in color. The vehicle has some white stickers on the rear window, possibly the commonly seen family stick figure decal.
If anyone can ID this vehicle or has suspect information, they are asked to call the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office or submit an anonymous tip to Crimestoppers at 721-4444.
A male attempted to use a lost/stolen credit card at Walmart, and then used a different lost/stolen card at two different convenience stores in Missoula. If you have information to identify this man, or his location, please contact Officer Jenna Volinkaty at the Missoula Police Department; (406) 552-6300 or call Five Valleys Crimestoppers (406) 721-4444 and remain anonymous.
Montana Highway Patrol seeking Driver and a Silver Mercury Sable for Hit and Run Crash
On September 27th, 2014, a newer model Silver Mercury Sable crashed and overturned into fence in front of 3081 Mountain Home Lane, Evaro; the driver then fled the scene. Pieces of the chrome grille, car body parts and a partial plate ending with “19C” were recovered at the accident scene.
If you have information that could help solve a crime, please call Five Valleys Crime
Stoppers at (406) 721-4444. When you report information you may be eligible for a
CASH REWARD OF UP TO $1,000.00 and you can remain COMPLETELY
On September 12, 2014 deputies contacted a woman regarding her purse
being stolen from her vehicle while she was checking on horses she boards at
a farm near Highway 93 South and Gardner. The woman told deputies while at
the farm, she was approached by two males who claimed to have run out of
gas and asked if she could help. She loaned them a gas can which they
returned a short time later. As they were leaving, they gave her a Dremel tool
set which they said was worth about $200.
Further investigation by the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office determined the
suspect males had fraudulently used the woman’s credit card to make
purchases totaling $455 at Best Buy stores in both Missoula and Spokane.
The woman described one male as in his mid 30’s with red hair and facial hair.
The second male had red scruffy hair, his right arm bandaged, and tattoos on
his lower left arm. The men were possibly driving a tan 2005 or 2007 Jeep
Grand Cherokee, unknown license plate.
Please see attached photos of the suspect(s) exiting the Missoula Best Buy. If
you can ID this person, please contact the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office at
258-4810 or submit an anonymous tip to Crimestoppers at 721-4444.
On July 2nd, between the hours of 8pm-10:45pm, an unknown person(s) driving a primer gray, Chevrolet Pickup, (late 1960’s- early 1970’s) loaded weight room workout equipment, belong to Sentinel High School into their pick-up truck and hauled it away.
Crime Stoppers is seeking your help in locating this stolen dog. This American Bulldog / German Shorthair cross “Elvis” was in the bed of his pickup while his owner was eating at the Tamarack Brewery on 5/17/14. The vehicle was parked to the west of the ramp leading down into Caras Park. When he returned to his pickup he saw that the dog was missing and asked patrons on the patio of the Tamarack if they had seen anything. The unidentified patrons advised two “girls” took the dog from the bed of the pickup and advised they were going to take him to The Humane Society. No further description of the females was provided. Elvis is described as being 8 ½ years old, no collar, and white with black freckles.
If you have any other information that could help police solve this theft, please call Crime Stoppers at 721-4444. If information that you provide Crime Stoppers leads to an arrest and conviction, you may be eligible for a CASH REWARD OF UP TO $1,000.00 and you can remain COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. Crime Stoppers does not record phone calls or use Caller ID.