JONESBORO--We're still seeking several suspect in some previously viewed, unsolved Crimestoppers cases. Two weeks ago I showed you these four suspects. Jonesboro Police say they have done a number on some local Wal-Marts. Right now, JPD detectives believe they have stolen close to 30 thousand dollars in high end electronics like flatscreens and blu-ray players. If you recognize any of them, call Crimestoppers 935-STOP.
Then there was this guy from last week. We got a good look at him. Videotape shows him going into the office of a local Dollar General and going through a woman's purse. Police say he stole some cash and her debit card. If you can make the ID on this suspect, it's worth cash. Call Crimestoppers 935-STOP.
On to this week's Warrant Watch. Close to 30 warrants are out there this week. James J. Huffins has the biggest chunk of them. 9 non-payment and 7 public service warrants. Darrell W. Kelley follows him up with ten more. 8 non-payment and 2 public service warrants. If you can help police track down either Darrell W. Kelley or James J. Huffins, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. Then, keep watching each week for your suspect to get the stamp. When you see it, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel and tell him your tip number. He'll tell you if your tip is worth cash. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.
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