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Who Is The Suspected Purse Snatcher?

It's our biggest arrest in a while. This week, we give the stamp to a man accused of attempted murder. Kareem Sanders was on Crimestoppers last week. The next day, he was arrested. Jonesboro police have charged him with criminal attempt to committ capital murder. His bond has been set at $1 million.

We have one suspect in two different locations. Take a look. This video comes to us from loss prevention at Wal-Mart. The guy in the do-rag is who we want an ID on. Jonesboro Police say he is a suspect in a break-in and a theft. According to the police report, someone stole two purses from a car parked in downtown Jonesboro. Shortly after, police say this man tried to use the victim's stolen credit cards at Wal-Mart. And that's not all. He also used them at Hastings . Thanks to them for giving us this video. In all, police say he bought about $250 with the stolen plastic. But when you add up everything the victims claim was stolen, it comes to over $6000 in jewelry and other belongings. If you can make the i-d, it's worth cash. Call and get your tip number, 935-STOP.

Your tips could clear almost 40 warrants this week. Let's start with Kerry D. Goss. This 27 year old has 13 warrants on his list. 1 fail to appear. 2 public service warrants and 10 non-payment of fines warrants out of JPD.

Jonathan Echols can do better than that. He starts out small with one contempt of court and 1 fail to appear. And here's the big one, 21 contempt of court warrants for non-payment of fines.

If you have the goods on either one of them, Jonathan Echols or Kerry D. Goss, it's worth cash money. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP that's how you get your tip number. After that, it's simple. Keep watching Crimestoppers, if you see me give your suspect the stamp, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and tell him that tip number. He'll tell you how to get your cash. Give 'em a call, and remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.

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