Suspects in Little Rock auto break-ins

From Terry Hastings at LRPD.

Over the last week, numerous vehicles in Little Rock and in the County have been broken into.  The suspects are believed to be from Florida and are stealing purses, taking the checks along with the driver’s license, and using those checks to cash against the other victim’s account.  This is happening at the Big Dam Bridge, the new bridge on River Mountain Road, and at Pinnacle Mountain State Park. These suspects usually strike in an area that is very busy. The suspect vehicle is a silver Mercedes in the first two photos and the third photo is of the suspects. Anyone knowing these suspects is asked to call LRPD Detectives at 918-3532. The incident report is attached.

About patlynch
I am a broadcaster in Arkansas, a former freelance writer and political columnist in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Writing Coach. Speaker. Director of the Christian Foundations for Ministry program, and presently enrolled in the Anglican School of Ministry Master of Ministry program.

3 Responses to Suspects in Little Rock auto break-ins

  1. Doug McDowall says:

    There’s an easy way to put a stop to these car break-ins and catch the perpetrators as well. Get a pint bottle of Seagram’s 7 and drink about half of the whiskey. Pour in a few ounces of chlorine bleach into the bottle, recap it and put it in the glove compartment or center console.
    Leave the car unattended and wait for the next car burglar.

  2. patlynch says:

    Interesting you should mention a Canadian blend. I used to enjoy Black Velvet and Lord Calvert back in the day. I don’t know if I would still enjoy them I still have a bottle of Crown.

  3. Doug McDowall says:

    Pat: the ‘pot-luck’ picnic planned for yesterday for the medical marijuana volunteer canvassers was cancelled due to high water along the trail & has been rescheduled for this coming Sunday, April 1st. Hopefully the river will crest and recede some by then. Also I went aviating yesterday and flew up the river toward Toad Suck. The site selected for the new Conway airport, currently under construction, is surrounded by water due to the recent rainfall. Good planning, huh?

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