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Update: Reward Offered for Identifying Suspects in Salisbury Store Robbery

Delaware State Police finished investigation into suspected drug dealing, with in the arrest of two people in Dover Friday. Police carried out a narcotics search warrant at a home, in the 100 block of Jeri Lane. Upon entering the home, police located Carlisle Lindmark, 20, and Jazmyne Harris, 20, and took them in to custody without incident. Police say they found 65.41 grams of Marijuana, 3 un-prescribed Alprazolam pills and $3000 in suspected drug money.

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Police Seek Help Identifying Culprits Who Robbed Silver Spring Gas Station

Surveillance image | MCPD

Montgomery County police detectives released a surveillance video Friday from a Dec. 10 armed robbery of a Silver Spring Shell gas station in hopes someone can help identify the two culprits.

The robbery occurred about 8:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at the station 100 University Blvd. West.

According to a police statement, two perpetrators with concealed faces, entered the gas station and confronted an adult employee who was working behind the counter.  One man was armed, police said.

The robbers demanded money and after obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash from the register they fled toward Sutherland Road, police said.

Anyone with information regarding the suspects or this armed robbery is asked to call the Major Crimes Division at

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MSP seeks help identifying human remains found in 1994 – Sentinel

ALCONA COUNTY — Investigators from the Michigan State Police Alpena Post and the Alcona County Sheriff’s Department are seeking information from the public to help identify human remains found in Northern Michigan 23 years ago.

A bow hunter discovered the human skeletal remains in October 1994 while walking in a wooded area off Bamfield Road, between Curtisville and Alcona Dam, in Alcona County. The Alcona County Sheriff’s Department was the lead investigating agency with the MSP crime lab assisting in the recovery of the remains from the scene.

Michigan State University anthropologists have determined the remains are that of a female 30 to 50 years old and approximately 4’ 7” to 5’ 6” tall. The woman was likely of European ancestry, commonly referred to as Caucasian, but no population group should be excluded. Evidence of a fracture to the skull indicates she may have experienced

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Police Need Help Identifying Human Remains From 1994 – WBKB

Investigators from the Michigan State Police Alpena Post and the Alcona County Sheriff’s Department need your help in solving a case from 1994. Both forces are trying to identify human remains that were found in northern Michigan 23 years ago.

The remains were discovered by a bow hunter in a wooded area near Bamfield Road between Curtisville and the Alcona Dam in Alcona County. Michigan State University anthropologist claims the remains are that of a Caucasian female, 30 to 50 years old.

Evidence shows a fracture to the skull indicates she may have experienced some type of trauma during the time of her death. DNA samples were taken and scientists at the University of North Texas

Read more at: http://www.wbkb11.com/police-need-help-identifying-human-remains-from-1994

Who Is This Woman? Police Seek Help Identifying Remains Found In Woods 23-Years Ago

Harrisonburg Police Seek Assistance Identifying Assault Suspect

Harrisonburg Police Department Press Release:

Harrisonburg, VA – On November 6, officers with the Harrisonburg Police Department (HPD) responded to JC Penny at 1925 East Market Street for an assault call for service. A female employee had been pepper sprayed by a customer who was confronted about an alleged shoplifting.

The victim was medically evaluated and suffered temporary injury associated with the pepper spray. The suspect has been described as a black female approximately five feet five inches tall to five feet six inches tall.

The suspect is said to weigh approximately 220 pounds with her hair braided up on the back of her head in the shape of a “U.” The suspect was last seen fleeing from the north side of the store and getting into a small grey sedan, possibly a Honda or Kia. At the time of the incident she was wearing a white shirt with blue jeans and carrying

Read more at: http://www.nbc29.com/story/36923742/harrisonburg-police-seek-assistance-identifying-assault-suspect

Harrisonburg Police Seek Assistance Identifying Assault Suspect …

Harrisonburg Police Department Press Release:

Harrisonburg, VA – On November 6, officers with the Harrisonburg Police Department (HPD) responded to JC Penny at 1925 East Market Street for an assault call for service. A female employee had been pepper sprayed by a customer who was confronted about an alleged shoplifting.

The victim was medically evaluated and suffered temporary injury associated with the pepper spray. The suspect has been described as a black female approximately five feet five inches tall to five feet six inches tall.

The suspect is said to weigh approximately 220 pounds with her hair braided up on the back of her head in the shape of a “U.” The suspect was last seen fleeing from the north side of the store and getting into a small grey sedan, possibly a Honda or Kia. At the time of the incident she was wearing a white shirt with blue jeans and carrying

Read more at: http://www.nbc29.com/story/36923742/harrisonburg-police-seek-assistance-identifying-assault-suspect

Police Seek Help Identifying Man Who Robbed Bank

Police say this man robbed the PNC Bank inside of the Giant Food grocery store at 2900 University Boulevard West. | MCPD

Montgomery County police have released a surveillance photo of the culprit in a bank robbery that occurred inside a grocery store Tuesday in Wheaton. Police hope someone can identify him.

About 2:18 p.m. Tuesday, Wheaton District officers responded to the PNC Bank inside of the Giant Food grocery store at 2900 University Blvd. West for the report of a bank robbery, police said.

Detectives learned the man handed a note to the teller demanding money, police said. The suspect obtained an undisclosed amount of cash and fled. He was last seen on foot near the 11100 block of

Read more at: http://www.mymcmedia.org/police-seek-help-identifying-man-robbed-bank/

Identifying John Doe

More than six months have passed since human remains were found in Lyon County. They have yet to be identified.

A skull was found in a grassy area on the east bank of the Neosho River just outside of Neosho Rapids on April 29. The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area and found additional remains approximately 20 feet north of the skull.

The pending investigation and autopsy has revealed information which could be beneficial in identifying the remains, which were wrapped in a fitted bed sheet and comforter and placed within a black lawn and leaf bag.

The autopsy revealed the remains are of a male with predominately white heritage with African American traits, indicating the individual may be mixed race. The individual was 5’4” to 5’6” and possibly middle-to-late age. The individual had long hair — six to eight inches in length — which was blonde, white or grey in

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Identifying John Doe | News | emporiagazette.com

More than six months have passed since human remains were found in Lyon County. They have yet to be identified.

A skull was found in a grassy area on the east bank of the Neosho River just outside of Neosho Rapids on April 29. The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area and found additional remains approximately 20 feet north of the skull.

The pending investigation and autopsy has revealed information which could be beneficial in identifying the remains, which were wrapped in a fitted bed sheet and comforter and placed within a black lawn and leaf bag.

The autopsy revealed the remains are of a male with predominately white heritage with African American traits, indicating the individual may be mixed race. The individual was 5’4” to 5’6” and possibly middle-to-late age. The individual had long hair — six to eight inches in length — which was blonde, white or grey in

Read more at: http://www.emporiagazette.com/news/article_d77a9382-fc45-570f-8e50-28920617100a.html