If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers or submit a Web Tip.  

Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in an Attempted Murder Case
January 23, 2019

According to Detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured person is a suspect in an attempted murder investigation involving an incident occurring January 1, 2019, approximately 430 a.m., in the 3500 block of Ave Q Birmingham, AL. Detectives describe the suspect as a black male wearing a Green Shirt, Blue Jeans, Brown Boots, and a Baseball Cap. If you recognize this suspect, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777. You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.

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Birmingham Detectives Need Information Regarding Burglary of Vehicle
January 15, 2019

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD a vehicle was burglarized in the 2000 block of Morris Avenue North on December 30, 2018, between midnight and 2:00 a.m.  Detectives obtained surveillance video images of the pictured suspects, appearing to be a black male and a white male.  Weapons and ammunition were stolen from the victim’s vehicle.  Both suspects involved appeared to be on foot during the time the crime occurred and canvassed the parking deck where the victim’s vehicle was parked searching for unlocked vehicles.  If you recognize a suspect, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Cullman Detectives Need Information Regarding Stolen Vehicle
January 11, 2019

According to detectives with the Cullman Sheriff’s Office the pictured person is a suspect in the theft of a charcoal gray 2015 Dodge Durango from their jurisdiction early morning of January 8, 2019.  Detectives obtained images of the suspect and victim’s vehicle stopped at a gas station off Hwy 65 at approximately 5:08 a.m. the same day.  They advise the suspect was driving the vehicle southbound on Hwy 65 when he left this location.  The victim’s personal belongings were later located in a dumpster in the 900 block of Pike Road in Ensley.  If you know anything about this crime please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need Information Regarding Robbery of Multiple Victims
January 10, 2019

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD a robbery involving multiple Hispanic victims occurred approximately 3 p.m., January 6, 2019, in the 7000 block of 1st Avenue North.   Three black male subjects 18-25 years of age armed with assault type rifles reportedly robbed eight Hispanic victims who were cooking and selling food at this location.  Cash and a weapon were taken from the victims.  Detectives believe the victims were selected because of the likelihood they had cash.  Detectives obtained surveillance video of the pictured black 2013-2015 Nissan Altima they believe to be connected to this robbery and similar ones in the area involving Hispanic victims.  If you have any information to share regarding this crime please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspects in a Robbery
January 09, 2019

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD a robbery occurred approximately 9:30 a.m., January 6, 2019, at a Shell station in the 2300 block of University Blvd.  The subjects involved are described as two black males, one 6’2” tall, both wearing black hoodies.  According to detectives the subject armed with a silver semi-auto handgun was wearing a distinctive belt buckle that may be visible in the surveillance video photos captured during the robbery.  Detectives believe both subjects involved cased the store for about ten minutes from across the street before the robbery occurred.  If you have any information to share regarding this crime please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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BPD Detectives looking to identify a carjacking suspect
January 09, 2019

According to a report filed with the B’ham PD on 12/30/2018 a car was taken at gunpoint. This occurred in the area of 19th St. S. and University Blvd. The car that was taken was a 2015 black Toyota Corolla. Detectives obtained surveillance photos from a Convenience Store located on 31st St. SW. The subject shown matches the description given by the victim of the carjacking. Detectives believe that the suspect and two other subjects got into an argument with another subject in the parking lot of the store and shots were fired. The suspect was observed to be in the victim’s car at the time. The victim’s car was later recovered in the 2800 block of John Bryan Rd. If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777, or by going to p3tips.com.Tips can also be submitted from our FB and web page. You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. Thanks for looking, and please share!
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Birmingham Detectives Need Information in Similar ATM Theft Attempts
January 07, 2019

According to reports filed with Birmingham PD unidentified persons attempted to steal cash from two separate automatic teller machines, both located at Regions Bank branches in different locations.  The first incident occurred approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 22, 2018, in the 600 block of Lakeshore Parkway.  The second occurred at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday December 29, 2018, in the 3100 block of 3rd Avenue South.  Detectives believe the same three subjects were involved in both events.  They believe that the vehicle in which they were travelling together on December 22 was a gray four door Hyundai sedan with a Burke drive off tag, and the vehicle they utilized on December 29 was a gray Honda Ridgeline pickup truck with a Burke drive off tag.  Detectives obtained surveillance video images captured during these events of the pictured persons and vehicles.  Both teller machines sustained severe damage during these attempted thefts.   If you have any information to share regarding these crimes please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  The information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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BPD Detectives want to identify a car break in suspect
January 07, 2019

According to a report filed with the B’ham Police Department on 10/15/18, two cars were broken into. The cars were located in the 800 block of 17th St N. in B’ham. Video surveillance photos obtained by Detectives show what appears to be a B/M subject wearing a jacket with multiple colors and light blue or green pants breaking into the cars, and then walking out of the area. If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777, or by going to p3tips.com.Tips can also be submitted from our FB and web page. You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. Thanks for looking, and please share!
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St Clair County Detectives Need Information Regarding a Burglary
January 01, 2019

According to a report filed with the St Clair County Sheriff’s Office a burglary occurred December 30, 2018, approximately 4:00 a.m., at Bill’s Shell Mart in the 0 hundred block of Argo Parkway.  Detectives obtained surveillance video images of the pictured subjects during the time the burglary occurred.  According to detectives they were in a silver Infinity sedan (possibly a Q50), dressed in black and camo pants and hoodies, black ski mask and gloves. They used a rock to break the front glass door. All three made entry and took only cigarettes. The vehicle had a blue “BURKE” dealer tag on it.  Detectives believe it is likely these subjects have committed similar burglaries in Jefferson and St. Clair Counties.  If you know anything about this crime please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect
December 27, 2018

The Birmingham Police Department reports that detectives are conducting two robbery investigations with what appears to be the same suspect. Investigators need the public’s assistance to identify the suspect in the attached surveillance photos.   

 

On Monday December 10, 2018 at approximately 4:30 p.m., officers from the East Precinct responded to the ABC store located at 7600 Crestwood Boulevard to investigate a report of a robbery. Officers arrived to find that the suspect entered the business and took several bottles of alcohol. While fleeing, the suspect threatened to shoot the cashier.  

 

On Monday December 24, 2018 at approximately 3:49 p.m., officers from the South Precinct responded to the Hibbett’s Shoe store located in the 300 block of Palisades Boulevard. Officers arrived to find that the suspect entered the business and took several clothing items. While fleeing, the suspect threatened to shoot the employees.

 

If there is anyone with information on the identity of the suspect, we ask that they contact BPD Robbery Detectives at 254-1753 or remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at 254-7777.  If the tip to Crime Stoppers leads to an arrest, Crime Stoppers will provide a cash reward.

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