ID’s sought for suspects in rash of car burglaries
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying at least two young men believed to be responsible for a series of car burglaries in south Lee County last week.
According to deputies, several unlocked cars were targeted by thieves during the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 9. In one instance, a home video surveillance system captured images of two white males breaking into a victims unlocked car on Beaulieu Court.
Spray painting vandals target Lee County Posse Arena
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying the person or persons responsible for over $2,000 dollars worth of damage at the Lee County Posse Arena, 17401 Palm Creek Drive, North Fort Myers.
Sometime overnight between Sunday, June 8, 2014, and Monday, June 9, 2014, an unknown vandal or vandals spray painted, with graffiti, a total of eleven of the posse’s sponsorship and advertising signs located both on the property and along the right of way on Bayshore Road.
Over the past two months, two unknown men have gotten away with committing bank robberies in Lee County. While most are apprehended quickly, these two are still on the loose. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers has the story on what these men did, and how your information could help track them down.
Several break-ins at a Lee County home has one family determined to find out who damaged their property. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers has the story, as well as images of the suspect who deputies are on the hunt for.
Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying two men who, armed with weapons, held up two Lee County stores within a matter of five days. The first, and more violent, crime occurred on May 10th at the El Cafetal Market at 2090 Beacon Manor Drive, Fort Myers. Shortly after 8 p.m., a Hispanic male, with a white shirt wrapped around his face, entered the store and demanded money.
A mid-September theft leaves a Lee County store short nearly $4,000 in electronics that were taken off the shelves, and out of the store, completely unnoticed – and unpaid for. Trish Routte has the story on how your information could help ID a well versed group of thieves.
Although this year has witnessed more than 20 homicides in Lee County alone, a devastated family still holds onto hope more than 15 years after a father, a son and a husband was brutally taken from the ones he loved. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers has the story.