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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). 


7/12/2014 - Burglary 1st, Theft 2nd, Vehicle Theft 1st AST #AK14050554
On Tuesday, 7-08-14 at approximately 2:57 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence on Nichols Drive in Houston for a report of a burglary. Investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) unlawfully entered the residence with force and stole over $500 in property and a red 1998 Ford pickup from the driveway.

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7/2/2014 - Burglary 1st, Theft 2nd AST #AK14045644
On Tuesday, 6-24-14 at approximately 11:46 AM, an Alaska State Trooper responded to the Fronteras Charter School located at 7010 E. Bogard Road in Wasilla for a report of a theft.  Investigation revealed someone entered the building and stole multiple items including 14 MacBook Air laptops.  This investigation is continuing.

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6/26/2014 - Burglary AST #AK14037117
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On Monday 5-2-14, at about 10:26 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence on Snow Goose Road located near Seldon Road in Wasilla for a report of a burglary.  The victim reported someone broke into the home while they were gone and stole several heirloom items, jewelry, electronics and a green 1999 Ford Ranger pickup with a green camper bearing Alaska license FLB178.  The suspect is described as a white male (average size) with brown hair and possibly driving a white vehicle.

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6/5/2014 - Burglary WPD #14-690
The Wasilla Police Department is investigating a burglary that occurred on Monday, 4-28-14 at Matsu Tattoo located on Knik Goose Bay Road.  Investigation revealed the front door of the business was shattered.  Two “Mickey Sharpz” tattoo machines were stolen as well as 50-6oz bottles of tattoo ink. Total value of stolen items was $4,500.

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6/2/2014 - Theft AST AK#14037444
On Tuesday, 5-27-14 at approximately 7:00 AM the Alaska State Troopers received a report of a theft from a business located on Buttercup Drive near the Parks Highway in Wasilla.  It was reported that about 1,000 feet of copper was stolen from the business the night before.  Investigation continues.

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5/23/2014 - Burglary WPD #14-709

The Wasilla Police Department is investigating a report of a burglary that occurred sometime after work hours on Tuesday, 4-29-14 to a business located on Check Street. The suspect kicked in the front door of Robinson Millwork and evidence of a shoe print was observed at the scene. Stolen items from the business include a black plastic rifle case with a hunting scope containing a British Bulldog .44 revolver and a 12 gauge shotgun (possibly Mossberg brand single shot), a cash register containing cash, and 20 to 40 Alaska Mint one-ounce silver collectable commemorative coins.

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4/30/2014 - Burglary 1st, Criminal Mischief 3rd AST #AK14027759

On 4-22-14 at 9:07 PM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of vandalism at a residence on Sorrelwood Drive in Wasilla.  An investigation showed that sometime in the previous several months unknown person(s) forced entry to an uninhabited mobile home and caused several thousand dollars in damage.   The investigation is ongoing.

 

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4/26/2014 - Robbery WPD #14-661
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At approximately 2:57 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, the Key Bank branch at 201 North Lucille St. in Wasilla, Alaska was robbed by an unidentified subject.  After verbally demanding cash and obtaining an undisclosed amount of money, the subject fled the bank on foot via the bank’s west exit and headed south, running across the Parks Highway, the railroad tracks, and towards Railroad Avenue and Lake Lucille.  Shortly thereafter, witnesses saw a car traveling east on Railroad Avenue, then south on Knik Goose Bay Road, at a high rate of speed. 

Witnesses described the subject as was a white male with light skin, approximately 6’0” tall, medium build, and possibly dark hair.  He was wearing camouflage pants, a thick camouflage jacket with a detachable hood pulled up over his head, sunglasses with black lenses and black plastic frames, camouflage gloves, and a black scarf or balaclava with a grey design over his face, covering from his nose to his throat.

The car is described as light in color, possibly white or silver, with a black hood and black front bumper which did not match the rest of the car, possibly as a result of repairs following an accident. 

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4/12/2014 - Criminal Mischief 4th, Theft 2nd AST AK#14024246
On 4-9-14 at 8:23 AM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of criminal mischief and theft of a firearm from a vehicle located at a residence off N. Ravens Flight Drive in Wasilla. Investigation revealed someone had smashed the rear sliding glass of a 2010 Ford F150 sometime during the night and stole a black .38 Ruger handgun with pink grips. The estimated damage and loss is $875. Investigation is continuing. 

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3/6/2014 - Burglary WPD #14-305
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On Sunday 3-2-14, between 11:35 PM and 11:45 PM, Mat-Su Tactical located in Wasilla was burglarized and four firearms were stolen.  Surveillance video shows a single white male entering through the rear door and stealing the following three weapons from a display case:

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm pistol, Serial #HSR4402

Glock 37 .45 GAP, Serial #LKU393

Taurus PT92 9mm, Serial #TGM03420

Also stolen was a Barrett .50 caliber rifle with a Swarovski scope, Serial #1409.

The suspect was wearing heavy black boots, ski jacket, hoodie, beanie hat and scarf, and no color of clothing was recognizable because of infrared cameras. The rear window was broken with a rock and the suspect reached in and unlocked the door. Suspect was inside Mat-Su Tactical for less than two minutes. Estimated value of stolen firearms is $12,295.  

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