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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). 


5/31/2012 - AST #12-40449 Burglary II, Theft II

On 5/29/12 at approximately 5:00 AM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a burglary from the Three Bears Store on Knik-Goose Bay Road in Wasilla. Investigation revealed a large amount of cash of was stolen from the store sometime during the early morning hours. The investigation is ongoing.

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5/16/2012 - AST #12-37893 Theft 2nd
On 5/14/12 at approximately 9:18 AM Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a theft at Granite Construction located at Mile 38 Glenn Highway in Palmer.  Investigation revealed unknown person(s) broke into the gravel pit and stole copper wire estimated at over $10,000.

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4/6/2012 - AST #12-23561 Burglary I, Criminal Trespass I, Vehicle Theft II
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On Saturday, 3/17/12 at approximately 1:15 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence located near Riverdell Drive in Wasilla after
receiving a report of a theft.  Investigation revealed during the prior night, unknown person(s) entered the residence and stole a Camouflage,
2010 Yamaha Grizzly ATV.  Value of the ATV is estimated at $9,000.

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3/25/2012 - AST #11-121115 Missing Person/Homicide
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On 3/20/12, a discovery of human remains found near Eklutna was investigated by the Anchorage Police Department. Information obtained from the investigation, including an examination conducted at the office of the State Medical Examiner, has led to the determination that the remains are believed to be those of Loy Suthammavong, age 30, who was reported as missing from his Houston, Alaska home in December 2011.  It is believed Suthammavong`s death was a result of homicide.

Alaska State Troopers were initially informed of his missing status on 12/6/11 when members of Suthammavong`s family reported he was last seen alive on about 12/2/11. The Alaska State Troopers, Alaska Bureau of Investigation began with a search of Suthammavong`s residence just as the Anchorage Police Department and Anchorage Fire Department were investigating a vehicle on fire in south Anchorage, reported at about 7:20 PM on 12/6/11. Through investigation conducted by APD and AFD, and the Division of Fire and Life Safety, it was determined the vehicle was burned as the result of arson, and that the vehicle was owned by Suthammavong.

The Alaska State Troopers Missing Persons Clearinghouse distributed a missing person bulletin and included it in a press advisory to local media outlets. From the onset, circumstances surrounding the apparent disappearance of Suthammavong were suspicious and resulted in investigators considering a variety of factors.  Investigation continues.

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3/18/2012 - AST #12-23588 Criminal Trespass I, Theft II
On Saturday, 3/17/2012 at approximately 2:54 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence near Scott Road in Palmer after receiving a report of a theft.  Investigation revealed within the last 2 months, unknown person(s) entered the property and stole a Honda 4-stroke outboard boat motor.  The motor is valued at approximately $2600.00.

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3/3/2012 - AST #12-16794 Burglary, Criminal Mischief
On Wednesday, 2/22/12 at approximately 5:00 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of broken windows at a residence located on E. Norman Avenue near Palmer.  Investigation revealed that on/or about 2/21/12 unknown suspect(s) gained forced entry into a residence and a nearby shed on the same property.  All the windows in the house and shed were destroyed; kitchen cabinets and all kitchen appliances were completely destroyed as well as electronics and furniture.  Both structures suffered a total loss and estimated damage is $80,000.  Investigation continues.

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2/17/2012 - AST #12-14806 Vehicle Theft
On Wednesday 2-15-12, at approximately 3:23 PM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a stolen vehicle.  Investigation revealed that unknown suspect(s) stole a child’s model snow machine from the back of a pickup truck located on Derrick Avenue in Houston.  The snow machine is described as a red 2002 Polaris 120 Child SNOGO and valued at $1,500. 

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2/10/2012 - AST #12-11662 Criminal Mischief III, Theft II
On Sunday, 2/5/12 at approximately 6:21 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded a report of a theft near Mile 98 of the Glenn Highway, near Chickaloon. Investigation revealed that an unknown person(s) broke a window on a pickup truck and stole approximately $1,500 worth of personal property, including a Beretta 92FS pistol and a Husky saw.  Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $600.

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1/26/2012 - AST #11-121987 Burglary
On 12-9-11, Alaska State Troopers from Talkeetna Post responded to a report of a burglary on Willow Fishhook Road in Willow.  Stolen from a cabin on the property were items to include $50,000 in gold, numerous 1700’s coins, search and rescue gear, a red snow plow with a broken hydraulic line, three long guns and other numerous items.

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12/30/2011 - AST #11-128451 Burglary II, Theft I
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On Thursday, 12-29-11 at approximately 2:30 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a burglary after the fact at an Antique store near Mile 37.5 of the Glenn Highway.  It was discovered that two buildings had been forced open and over $50,000 dollars worth of antique items were missing to include a Polar Bear rug, a silver sword and a 1956 Texaco gas pump.

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