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Police searching for suspect accused of armed robbery at Terre Haute CVS December 07, 2015
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – The Terre Haute Police Department is asking for your help after an armed robbery at a Terre Haute pharmacy.
It happened Sunday afternoon at CVS on 9th and Poplar Streets.
An employee told police a black male wearing a dark colored hoodie handed a note to the pharmacy teller.
The note said he was robbing the pharmacy.
The employee gave the man an undisclosed amount of a controlled prescription medication.
Witnesses say the man fled the scene in a 2008 red Chevy Impala.
If you have information, you are asked to call the Terre Haute Police Department at 812-244-2100 or 812-244-2218.
You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or 812-238-STOP.
Salvation Army donation bucket stolen in Sullivan December 02, 2015
Two in Custody.
SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) – Officials have now released the video from the Casey’s General Store in Sullivan after a Salvation Army donation bucket full of donations was stolen.
Sullivan City Police report the theft happened at the Casey’s, which is located at 201 W. Wolfe Street, on Tuesday.
Surveillance video shows the suspect taking the Salvation Army metal bucket off of the counter around 11:43 a.m. The store manager told police that a male and a female walked into the store, walked around for a while and then approached the counter.
The male subject was wearing a green Jacket and blue jeans with black shoes. He also had tattoo’s on his neck, and ‘tear drop’ tattoo on his face and he had short hair (military style hair cut). The female suspect was wearing a yellow fleece jacket, dark colored pants and has brown hair.
Officials report the surveillance video clearly shows the male subject taking the bucket and placing it under his jacket while the female subject watched. The store manager told police that the Salvation Army bucket was almost full of donations.
Anyone with information on the identification and whereabouts of the two subjects seen in the video should contact the Sullivan City Police Department at (812) 268-4353 ext. 1, or email at email@example.com.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in locating a hit and run vehicle July 08, 2015
This week Crime Stoppers needs your help in locating a hit and run vehicle involved in a July 4th fatal crash on U.S.41 near Frakes Street in Sullivan, IN. According to the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office, Richard "Ricky" Moon - 67 of Terre Haute was riding his scooter home about 10:45pm after watching the fireworks display at Sullivan Park and Lake when he was struck by another vehicle. The suspect vehicle then fled northbound on U.S.41 after striking Moon. If you have any information on the identity of the suspect or vehicle involved, call our tip line at 812-238-STOP or go online at WTHI-TV.com and follow the links. Remember all tips to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and you could receive up to $1000 if your tip leads to an arrest.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in identifying a person of interest in a fraud case. June 03, 2015
This week Crime Stoppers needs your help in identifying a person of interest in a fraud case. According to Terre Haute Police detectives, on or about May 5th an elderly female was shopping at a local pharmacy when an unknown person stole her purse. When the victim called the credit card companies to cancel her cards she learned that someone had already used them at three local businesses. Take a look at surveillance images collected by detectives. The suspect appears to be a white female in her early to mid-twenties with blonde hair wearing a black t-shirt with green lettering.
If you have any information on the identity of the suspect, call our tip line at 812-238-STOP or go online at WTHITV.com and follow the links. Remember all tips to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and you could receive up to $1000 if your tip leads to an arrest.