Edmond Police Release Photos Of Burglary Suspect - News9.com - Oklahoma City, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports |

Edmond Police Release Photos Of Burglary Suspect

Posted: Updated:
The suspect is described as a black male, between 16 and 19 years of age, wearing a white T-shirt and gym shorts. The suspect is described as a black male, between 16 and 19 years of age, wearing a white T-shirt and gym shorts.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

Edmond Police have released photos of a suspect who they believe has been involved in the recent string of burglaries in the area of Broadway Ext. and 15th St. 

Police say at least 12 homes have been burglarized since Monday, April 20, all within a three-mile radius of each other. Seven homes were hit Monday and at least an additional five home burglarized Tuesday.

4/23/2014 Related Story: Unique Item Targeted In String Of Edmond Home Break-Ins

What sets these burglaries apart from typical burglaries, police say, the thief passes on electronics, cell phones and prescription medicines and instead  only takes loose change, $500 in total from the crimes.

The suspect is described as a black male, between 16 and 19 years of age, wearing a white T-shirt and gym shorts. Authorities say he has also been seen driving an older model White Honda Accord with a red stripe down the side.

If you recognize the suspect, or if you know where he can be located, please call Crime Stoppers at (405) 359-4466.

  • NewsMore>>

  • Law Enforcement Tragedy Sparks Major Communication Changes

    Law Enforcement Tragedy Sparks Major Communication Changes

    OHP can now talk and listen to police departments and sheriff's offices on one of three radios, a low-band radio, an 800 MHz system and the city-county radio for surrounding areas.OHP can now talk and listen to police departments and sheriff's offices on one of three radios, a low-band radio, an 800 MHz system and the city-county radio for surrounding areas.
    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Oklahoma City Police paused to remember two of their own this Labor Day weekend, killed in the line of duty 14 years ago.Both agencies lost men in a head-on crash because they had no way to communicate with each other, but the deaths brought about huge technological changes for law enforcement in Oklahoma.
    More >>
    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Oklahoma City Police paused to remember two of their own this Labor Day weekend, killed in the line of duty 14 years ago.Both agencies lost men in a head-on crash because they had no way to communicate with each other, but the deaths brought about huge technological changes for law enforcement in Oklahoma.

    More >>
  • Edmond Police Say They Are Seeing Increase In Daytime DUI's

    Edmond Police Say They Are Seeing Increase In Daytime DUI's

    Five years ago, an Edmond Police officer patrolling the streets during the middle of the day would have been surprised to hear a DUI call. Not anymore.Five years ago, an Edmond Police officer patrolling the streets during the middle of the day would have been surprised to hear a DUI call. Not anymore.
    Edmond police are reporting an increase in daytime DUI's, but officers say many of those arrested aren't the usual suspects.More >>
    Edmond police are reporting an increase in daytime DUI's, but officers say many of those arrested aren't the usual suspects.More >>

Live Radar

ESP Interactive

Featured On News9.com

  • Consumer Watch

    Been a victim of a scam? The Consumer Watch team investigates and gives helpful advice.

  • Local News

    Get the latest breaking news, current events and headlines effecting Oklahomans.

  • My 2 Cents

    Join Kelly Ogle in a community conversation about important Oklahoma issues.

  • 9 Investigates

    Are you aware of incidents of fraud, corruption, government waste? We investigate.

Powered by WorldNow
News 9
7401 N. Kelley Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
OKLAHOMA CITY'S OWN TM
Oklahoma's Own News9.com is proud to provide Oklahomans with timely and relevant news and information, sharing the stories, pictures and loves of Oklahomans across our great state including Oklahoma City's Own.
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014, WorldNow and KWTV. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.