Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying two men who helped themselves to more than $1,400 in stolen Polo shirts last weekend.
Detectives say surveillance cameras captured images of two Hispanic males entering the Polo store, located at 10901 Corkscrew Road, Estero, on Sunday, September 14th. The first male entered the store, while waiting on the second male suspect, who arrived carrying two large orange Nike bags.
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help finding out who is behind a massive vandalism of a long-standing Bonita Springs landmark.
Sometime during the early morning hours of Sunday, September 14th, unknown suspects painted the phrase “Lost Boys” across the front of the old “Ship” restaurant, located at 24080 S. Tamiami Trail in Bonita Springs. The “Ship” is at least 25 feet tall, and the painting covers the entire span of the structure.
Thieves throw bricks and chairs in quest for clean water
Southwest Floridais asking for the public’s help identifying two men who stole several hundred dollars in water filters, and went on the attack when loss prevention officers tried to stop them.
Deputies say the two black males went to the Wal Mart, located at 545 Pine Island Road, shortly after 4 p.m. on June 14th. While in the general merchandise section, an employee spotted them loading up water filters, then placing them in store bags.
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying an unknown man who smashed through the front door of a Lehigh Acres Verizon store, stealing at least two iPhones within a matter of seconds.
Surveillance video captured images of the man using a blunt object to smash through the glass front door of the Verizon Store on Lee Boulevard at 3:08 a.m. on Friday, September 12th. As soon as he gained entry into the store, he immediately grabbed a blue iPhone 5c and a gold iPhone 5s.
A 31-year-old father in the wrong place at the wrong time is murdered in cold blood – and still, years later, his family is searching for answers. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers has more details on a mother’s loss – and her relentless dedication to finding her son’s killer.
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying a distractive duo who pretended to be authentic shoppers, then ran out of a local store with roughly $1,500 in Prada sunglasses.
An employee at the Sunglass Hut at the Coconut Point mall, located at 23111 Fashion Drive, Estero, said that an unknown black male and female entered the store around 8:30 p.m. on Monday, August 18th. While the two browsed through the selection of shades, the clerk had her back turned momentarily.
Thief steals, then pawns glasses three days after getting out of jail
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help tracking down a repeat offender who just got out of the Lee County Jail after three and a half months of incarceration, and already she’s wanted once again – this time for stealing more than $1,800 in sunglasses.
Detectives say that on August 23rd, Demetria Gray, DOB 6/6/86, went to the Sunglass Hut, located at Tanger Outlets in Fort Myers, and heisted 13 pairs of Ray Ban sunglasses, valued at $1,824. Two days later, she went to Larrys Pawn Shop
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying at least one man who broke into a Lehigh Acres home while the residents were out of town on vacation.
According to detectives, a home on 7th Street W. in Lehigh was vacant for a short time, however a family member was keeping an eye on things while the homeowners were away. Upon checking the residence on August 3rd, a woman found her sister’s front door open and back door unlocked. Both had been secured the last time she checked on the home.
Well versed thieves heist half a million in sunglasses
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying a highly skilled trio who broke into a Coconut Point store late Monday night, stealing a half million dollars worth of sunglasses.
According to deputies, three unknown suspects entered the Solstice store, located at 23161 Fashion Drive, Unit 102, in Estero shortly after 11 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 1. Once inside, the thieves had the knowledge to quickly disable the alarm system and scoop up more than $500,000 in sunglasses before leaving the store.