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4/22/2014 - IDENTIFY FRAUD/GRAND THEFT
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4/20/2014 - GRAND THEFT SUSPECT
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4/17/2014 - AUTO BURGLARY-CREDIT CARD FRAUD
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4/10/2014 - AUTO BURGLARY SUSPECT
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2/24/2014 - Armed Robbery Suspects
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2/12/2014 - WALMART GRAND THEFT
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2/12/2014 - THEFT SUSPECTS
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2/5/2014 - STOLEN WEAPONS

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of multiple firearms (listed below) from a residence in Palm City on Tuesday 1/28/14. If you have any information about the burglary or the whereabouts of these firearms, please call Crime Stoppers.

 

The following firearms were stolen:

·         Winchester Model 70 bolt action with the initials “BJ” engraved- no serial number at this time

·         Winchester Super 70- serial number G1847992

·         1892 Alaskan Takedown 44 mag 20 inch- serial number 9201451

·         Remington Woodmaster 760 30-06- serial number 7155969

·         Marlin 1895 45-70- serial MR32345D

·         Winchester 30/30 Buffalo Bill lever action- no serial number at this time

·         Two-Hi Point Carbines Models 995TS/4095TS/4595TS- no serial numbers at this time

·         Weatherby 340 bolt action w/scope- no serial number at this time

·         Unknown make double barrel dual hammer 12 gauge

·         Weaver Super Slam Rifle scope- model 383768

Multiple rifle cases were also taken including one Americase

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2/4/2014 - ROBBERY
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1/27/2014 - ARMED ROBBERY/SEXUAL ASSAULT AT MARIPOSA ELEMENTARY
BOLO in reference to an armed robbery/ sexual assault that occurred on 1/26/14 at Mariposa Elementary. The victim(s) described the subject as a black male/18-20yoa/5’6 to 5’8. The male was wearing a black hoodie that zips from the front and was wearing oversized blue jeans. The only features the victims could provide was that he may have had a small afro.

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1/22/2014 - CIRCLE K ROBBERY

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1/3/2014 - WANTED FOR SEXUAL BATTERY
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11/22/2013 - THEFTS OF WATER BACKFLOW PREVENTER VALVES
Port St. Lucie Police is asking for help in stopping thefts of water Backflow Preventer Valves.

Port St. Lucie Police Detectives are working several cases where local businesses reported that the water to their business was turned off and later discovered that the water backflow preventer valves were stolen. Port St. Lucie Utilities Department notified police that there have been four (4) incidents of this type of theft between October 11, 2013 thru November 20, 2013.

The locations within the City of Port St. Lucie are as listed:

1037 SE Holbrook Court

465 SW Thornhill Drive

871 SW South Macedo Boulevard

1379 SW Biltmore Street

Port St. Lucie Police has been informed that other surrounding agencies have experienced similar thefts. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Atlantis Police Department, Fort Lauderdale Police Department, Lauderdale Police Department, Boca Raton Police Department and Delray Beach Police Department have all experienced thefts of water backflow preventer valves within their jurisdiction.

Police are asking for residents and business owners to pay close attention to any unusual or odd visits by persons claiming to be working on the water valves. If a business owner or resident notices that their water has been shut off; you should immediately contact authorities and check your main water backflow preventer valve to see if any suspicious person(s) are tampering with the system. Any information regarding the identification of the suspects is greatly appreciated.

If anyone has any information they should call Detective Robert Perkins at (772) 344-4124 robert.perkins@cityofpsl.com or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273 TIPS.

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11/19/2013 - Okeechobee County Sports Complex Vandalism
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10/30/2013 - ARMED ROBBERY
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