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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 745-3333 or submit a Web Tip on this secure website.  You do not have to give your name.  Your call could earn you up to $1000.00, if the information leads to the arrest or criminal indictment of suspect(s). 


4/15/2011 - AST #11-31109 Theft, Criminal Trespass, Criminal Mischief
On 4/8/11 at approximately 9:09 AM Alaska State Troopers responded to a MTA building on Big Lake Road for a report of theft.  Investigation revealed sometime between the hours of 6:00 PM on 4/7/11 and 8:00 AM on 4/8/11 an unknown person(s) broke through the fence and stole two reels of cable valued at approximately $800.   Damage to the fence is valued at approximately $200.

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4/5/2011 - AST #11-30037 Burglary 1, Criminal Mischief 3
On 4/5/11 at approximately 6:15 AM, Alaska State Troopers responded to Far Country Animal Hospital on Lia Hona Drive, near Palmer for the report of a burglary. Investigation revealed that an unknown suspect forced entry through a rear window into the business. Items reported missing included various medications.  Damage is estimated at over $500. This case is still under investigation

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4/3/2011 - AST #11-22749 Stolen Snow machine
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Police are looking for information as to the whereabouts of a snow machine stolen from the Valley area last month.  During the early morning hours of March 12, 2011, unknown person(s) stole a 2007 Arctic Cat F6 SnoPro snow machine from a trailer parked at a parking lot near the Little Susitna River. The snow machine was locked to it`s trailer by two cables which were both cut. The snow machine is black with silver trim, has a studded track, and is valued at $6,000.00

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3/24/2011 - WPD #11-293 Attempted Burglary

On 3/14/11 at about 5:33 AM hours, Wasilla Police responded to a residence off of Lake Lucille Drive after the homeowner reported that two people (one male the other unknown) were attempting to break into the residence. Both suspects were dressed in dark colored Carhart winter gear. The suspects drove away in a Chevy or GMC extended cab, dark colored newer model truck before police arrived. Investigation revealed approximately $50 worth of damage to the residence.

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3/10/2011 - AST #11-20714, Burglary 1, Criminal Mischief 3

On 3/6/2011 at about 11:58 AM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a burglary in progress at the Susitna Professional Pharmacy located on Bogard Road in Wasilla.  Investigation revealed a suspect gained access to the building through the roof.  Motion sensors went off triggering the alarm in the pharmacy.  Security video revealed the subject to be a white male about 5 feet 8 inches tall, medium build.  The suspect then escaped by kicking out a window and fleeing into the Williwaw Subdivision.  Damage to the building was estimated at over $500.  This case is still under investigation.

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3/9/2011 - Wasilla PD # 11-62 Armed Robbery
On 1-16-11, at 3:05 PM, Wasilla Police responded to an armed robbery at Arctic Pull Tabs.  According to the complainant, a white male in his early 20’s entered the building and pulled a handgun from his pants and demanded money.  Approximately $1,000 was taken from the business.  The male was wearing a black hoodie, black sunglasses, blue jeans and white tennis shoes.  The male then left the business on foot towards the Mug Shot Saloon.

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2/18/2011 - AST #11-14252 - Burglary 1, Theft 2, Criminal Mischief 3
On 2/13/11 at approximately 6:13 AM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a business off of Trevett Road near Pittman Road in Wasilla.  Investigation revealed unknown subject(s) broke the door, entered the business, and took approximately $5,000 worth of ivory carvings and collectible coins.  K-9 Roelle tracked the suspect(s) for approximately 1 mile where evidence revealed the suspect entered a vehicle and left the area.  This case is still under investigation.

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2/14/2011 - Hit and Run AST #11-13128
On 2-9-11 at approximately 7:00 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a hit-and-run crash with minor injuries on Knik-Goose Bay Road and Commodore in Wasilla. Investigation revealed an adult male was driving his 1988 blue Toyota 4-door when he was struck from behind while attempting to make a turn from Knik-Goose Bay onto Commodore Drive.  The vehicle that hit the Toyota then fled the scene and has yet to be located.  The Toyota 4-door sustained approximately $1,500 in damage.

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2/4/2011 - AST #11-10435 Vehicle Theft 1

On 2/1/11 at approximately 5:45 PM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a vehicle theft at the Trunk Rd. Park and Ride near Palmer. Investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) stole a green 1995 green Jeep Cherokee parked at the Park and Ride.  The vehicle had a cracked windshield and a “For Sale” sign in the rear window.

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1/28/2011 - Palmer PD #11-297 Larceny from Building/Illegal Use of Credit Card
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On 1-12-11, at about 6:50 PM at Sears and 8:15 PM at Walmart in Wasilla, a white female, approximately 5’6 to 5’9, 160 to 180 pounds, with long hair, in her late 20’s to early 30’s purchased items using stolen credit cards (see attached photo of the suspect).  The female attempted to use multiple cards to purchase the items.  If you have information regarding the suspect please contact Mat-Su Crime Stoppers at 745-3333.

It is unknown if there are multiple victims of credit card theft by this suspect.  Anyone who recently had fraudulent charges on their credit/debit cards in the Wasilla and Palmer area around this time period are encouraged to call Palmer Police at 745-4811

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