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Crime Stoppers Of The Week

October 05, 2004 00:00

  

The Portland Police Bureau and Crime Stoppers need your help identifying suspects in a burglary and fraud.

Between August 7, 2004 and August 8, 2004 somebody broke into the Peninsula Terminal Company in North Portland. Employees found a door forced. Over $40,000 in property was missing, including a flat bed truck, payroll and business checks and credit cards.

In September a man cashed checks from that burglary at a check cashing machine located inside a 7-11 store in Northeast Portland. A woman cashed a check from the burglary at the same machine. Photographs taken at the machine show the suspects very clearly and show that they returned to cash several checks. Their identities are unknown to police.

The photographs depict a white female with long blonde hair pulled back, a white female with a perm, and a white male with a shaved head with a stubble beard.

Detectives would like to identify the people shown in the cash machine photographs. Detectives believe the people pictured were either involved in the original burglary or have information about the suspects in that burglary.

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to the identification and arrest of any suspect associated with this, or any unsolved felony, and you may remain anonymous. Call Crime Stoppers at (503) 823-HELP (4357).

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