Victim Offers His Own Money To Catch Thieves

It's one of those "watch real closely" editions of Crimestoppers. You are looking at security video from a local business called ATG Inc.  You can't see a lot, but you can make out two suspects rooting around the place. During this theft, these two would make off with about $3000 in copper wire and welding equipment.

There are two pieces of video I need you to key in on. Here is the first, it's the best look at one of our suspects. Here is the other one, their truck. It looks like it's a red Chevy pickup.

Investigators with the Sheriff's Department beleive this wasn't some random act. The thieves staked out the place and actually watched the owner leave. They were inside his place less than five minutes after he left.

If these hard to see clues are enough for you to make a tip, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. Your calls are anonymous.

Moving on to this week's edition of Warrant Watch. Jose Juan Castro goes first. His list isn't anything to sneeze at. He has 11 non payment of fines, four revocation of probation, and two public service warrants out of JPD. That leads us to Michael Cooper. He spreads his 11 warrants around pretty well. He has one failure to appear, seven non payment of fines, and two public service warrants out of JPD. He also has one non payment of fines warrant out of Brookland.

Take another look at both of our suspects, if you think you can help police track them down, it's worth cash money. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. When you call,you'll get a tip number. Keep it! then, watch Crimestoppers every week. If you see me give your suspect the stamp, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and give him that tip number, he'll tell you how to get your cash. That's how you stay anonymous. Give 'em a call. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.