EastpointeJuly 6, 2012
Police searching for larceny suspects
By Sara Kandel
C & G Staff Writer
The Eastpointe Police Department is searching for suspects who have stolen tools and other items from a number of residential garages in the city.
Most of the incidents occurred in the Nine Mile and Kelly area and Kelly and Stephens area on July 3.
A homeowner in the 23000 block of Lexington reported waking up that day to find his garage door open and several items missing. Responding officers found damage to the door. Similar incidents occurred in the 18200 block of Holland and the 24800 block of Petersburg.
“The larcenies that have occurred are under investigation, and we are in the process of identifying a suspect,” said Deputy Chief Scott Bourgeois. “In the meantime, if you were to observe any persons or vehicles out of the ordinary near your home you can always call 911 or use the non-emergency number for our dispatch center: (586) 777-6700.
“When asked, provide as much information as you can regarding the situation, location, description of the suspect(s), vehicle description and license plate number if you can see it,” he added. “The dispatcher will then relay all information to responding units.”
Police have described the suspects as a bald white male in his 30s, approximately 6 feet tall, and a white female of about the same age with dark hair. It is believed that they are driving a white Ford F250.
Anyone with any information regarding these incidents is asked to call the Eastpointe Police Department at (586) 445-5100.
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