Crime of the Week - Wichita and Sedgwick County
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RIME STOPPERS CASE 1711

CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1711
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 23, 2017
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 17C8929
LEAD INVESTIGATOR: DETECTIVE MOLDE, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

On February 8, 2017 at approximately 10:30 pm, the victim in this case was shot at multiple times while in his vehicle in the 2100 block on North Minnesota. The victim had just left a convenience store in the area, and reported exchanging words with an unknown male that was staring at him. The male suspect was in a 4 door sedan, possibly a blue Mercury Sable. After leaving the parking lot, the victim’s vehicle was fired upon by suspect(s) inside of the suspect vehicle. Multiple shots were fired striking the back windshield of the victim’s vehicle and exiting out the front windshield. Fortunately, the driver was not injured.

The photo shown below is taken from video surveillance of the suspect’s vehicle.



If you have any information about this robbery case, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You can also submit a tip from any PC or mobile browser by going to http://www.wichitasedgwickcountycrimestoppers.com or downloading our P3 app available on the ios and Android platforms. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

CRIME OF THE WEEK
CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1710
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 16, 2017
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBERS: 17S002155 & 17S002157
LEAD INVESTIGATOR: DETECTIVE WINT, SEDGWICK COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT.

About 5 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, a man living in the 4900 block of South Elmhurst got up to go to a local restaurant for coffee. About an hour later his wife awakened. She got up and turned on the living room lights. That’s when she heard something, but was unsure if the noise was inside or outside.

She walked to the back door and saw that it was ajar. When she walked over and turned on a light she realized someone was outside. When she opened the door all the way, she saw that her storm door had been propped opened and a door into the garage and their backyard shed’s door were open.

Inside she discovered money was missing from her wallet and three of her rings were taken from her kitchen table. The rings are a plain silver band, a silver band with a black stone and a silver “Mother’s Ring” with five different gemstones.

While processing the crime scene deputies found a pair of bolt cutters near the shed. It was determined they came from the garage.

A neighbor who lives in the 3200 block of East Oaklawn came home while deputies were processing her neighbors’ scene. She went over and told them that her front storm door was propped open.

When they went into her house they found that the bedroom window had been pried open, and the place was ransacked. A 55-inch television and a bag of old coins were taken.

Deputies noticed that her front porch light had been unscrewed, and the carport light had been unplugged. Her backyard shed had been unlocked with a key the suspect(s) found inside her home. A bag of tools taken from the shed were found in the backyard.

The suspect(s) also pried off window bars that were installed after a previous burglary earlier this year.

If you have any information about this robbery case, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You can also submit a tip from any PC or mobile browser by going to http://www.wichitasedgwickcountycrimestoppers.com or downloading our P3 app available on the ios and Android platforms. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1709
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 17C14084
LEAD DETECTIVE: TED NALDOZA, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Shortly before 8:30 p.m. Sunday, March 5th, a man carrying a black semiautomatic pistol entered the Subway in the 1000 block W Douglas. He walked behind the counter and told the employee: “Put the money in a bag. This ain’t no game.”
The employee gave him money from both cash registers and a compartment underneath the safe. The money was placed in a plastic Subway bag. He also took a black wallet from a purse that an employee had left in the store. He left through the store.

The suspect is a black man, approximately 5-foot-8, with a heavy build. He was wearing black pants, a white shirt, a dark gray or black hooded sweatshirt, a black ski mask and black gloves.

This photograph of the suspect was taken from the store’s surveillance system.

If you have any information about this robbery case, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You can also submit a tip from any PC or mobile browser by going to http://www.wichitasedgwickcountycrimestoppers.com or downloading our P3 app available on the ios and Android platforms. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

RIME STOPPERS CASE 1708

CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1708
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 2, 2017
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 17C13448
LEAD DETECTIVE: DAVE ALEXANDER, WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Shortly before 9am on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, an employee of the Quik Cash business in the 400 block of North Oliver was robbed. The suspect was wearing a black ski mask and was armed with a black semi-automatic handgun. He is described as a black male, wearing dark khaki pants, black thigh length coat, and possibly in his late 20’s, approximately 5’9” thin build.

The suspect gained access to the business by cutting a hole in the roof, most likely while it was closed, then entered the employee area through the ceiling after the business opened for the day. The suspect used zip ties to bind the victim, stole cash, then fled out the back door. He was last seen running south on Delrose Street.

A blue late model Ford Mustang GT was seen in the area on Delrose at the time of the robbery and is pictured below. We are asking for any information regarding the owner or occupants of this vehicle.

If you have any information about this robbery case, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

RIME STOPPERS CASE 1707

CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1707
FOR THE WEEK OF FEB. 23, 2017
DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER: 07C57230
COLD CASE HOMICIDE

Shortly after 6:30 a.m. July 21, 2007, officers were sent to the Auto Motel, 1230 N. Broadway, for a possible homicide. The victim, Randie M. Flint, 48, was found by a co-worker in Room 142. Randie, who worked there as a housekeeper, had borrowed a master room key from the office earlier that morning. When she didn’t return the key, a co-worker checked the room and found her body on the floor. It appeared there had been a struggle. Randie sustained multiple injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

If you have any information about this homicide case, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111. You also can submit a tip online at www.WichitaCrimeStoppers.com or from your mobile phone by texting TIP217 then your message to 274637 (crimes). All ways are secure and anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,500, and Crime Stoppers will never ask your name.

Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County, a division of the Wichita Crime Commission, is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime that relies 100 percent on donations from the community to pay for tips.

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