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Crime Stoppers: Police Work to ID 3 Cases


Police need your help identifying suspects in three separate cases.

Case One: On June 7 around 10:30a.m., Azzi Jewelers on E. Saginaw Street was robbed. One suspect is described as a black male in his late 20's with a stocky build, close cropped haircut and has several tattoos, including a prominent "M" on his right wrist. The second suspect is also described as a black male in his 20's, approximately 5'7" and a skinny build.

After fleeing the store, both suspects got into a late-model silver Oldsmobile Alero that was occupied by two additional suspects with unknown descriptions.

If you have any information concerning this Case please call the detective at (517) 485-1700 or Crime Stoppers at (517) 483-STOP

Case Two: Police are searching for whomever is responsible for spray painting vehicles between the night of June 25th and the morning of June 26th at Trappers Cove Apartment Complex.

Every victim said they had parked their cars the night before and came out the next morning to find they had been spray painted.  No one knew of anyone that would have done that.

The suspect or suspects appeared to have only targeted higher end vehicles. Each vehicle was spray painted with an "FU" and then with up and down strokes all around them with a bright orange paint. 

If you have any information concerning this Case please call the detective at (517) 483-6845 or Crime Stoppers at (517) 483-STOP.


Case Three: On the morning of June 25th, officers were dispatched to a malicious destruction of property call on the Lansing Rivertrail.

Sometime during the previous evening, the sculpture "Meditation Tower" was heavily damaged by an unknown person(s). It consisted of several clay statues of people.  The entire statue was knocked over causing significant damage. 

The value of the sculpture is $28,000 and is part of a collection of art on display on the river trail over the summer. The exhibit is through the Lansing Art Gallery.

If you have any information concerning this case please call the detective at (517) 483-6869 or Crime Stoppers at (517) 483-STOP.

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