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Danville Police Among Multiple Agencies Seeking Vehicle Break-in Suspect

Danville, IN – The Danville Metropolitan Police Department is seeking assistance from the public with identifying a vehicle break-in suspect from October 3rd. The suspect broke out a window of a locked vehicle at a trailhead in Danville, then stole a woman’s purse from inside. The suspect subsequently used her credit cards in Stilesville, Greencatle, and Cloverdale at various locations. 

The same suspect is wanted for questioning in reference to vehicle break-in’s in Hamilton County, Newcastle, Pendleton and two additional cases at parks with the Department of Natural Resources. 

The suspect was captured on video driving a red older-model Dodge Durango. He has distinctive tattoos on both lower legs, and another tattoo on his left upper chest. If you know who the male is, you’re asked to contact the Danville Metropolitan Police Department’s 24-hour 100% anonymous crime-tip line at (317) 745-3001, or by contacting Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana. Please reference case HP200007179. 

REMINDER! ALL suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

VEHICLE BREAK-IN SUSPECT – CASE HP200007179

CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS INDIVIDUAL? ‼️PLEASE SHARE‼️The Danville Metropolitan Police Department needs your assistance. The individual in this video is wanted for questioning in reference to a theft from a vehicle in Danville on October 3rd. The window of a locked vehicle was smashed out, and a woman’s purse was stolen. He was captured on video driving a red older-model Dodge Durrango while using her credit cards in Putnam County (Cloverdale area). He has distinctive tattoos on both lower legs, and another tattoo on his left upper chest. If you know who it is, you’re asked to contact our 24 hour 100% anonymous crime-tip line at (317) 745-3001, or by contacting Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana. Please reference case HP200007179.REMINDER! ALL suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Posted by Danville Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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