If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a $1,000 Cash Reward on a Crime of the Week case if your tip leads to an arrest or a case being solved.  You always  remain anonymous. 

Any other crime reported (not specified as Crime of the  Week) goes by a Reward Points System and the reward can range anywhere  from  $100-$1,000 if the tip leads to an arrest or a case being solved.

CRIME OF WEEK - ID A PERSON OF INTEREST - MCSO (2017/05/25)

$1,000 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

Call 432-694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

The Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help identifying a person of interest.

 

On May 5, 2017, an investigation was conducted for two separate incidents involving two juvenile females.  The outcry made as for Indecency with a Child by Contact and Indecency with a Child by Exposure.  Investigators were able to develop a person of interest; however before investigators could interview that person he fled to Mexico.  Investigators were able to obtain only a name of Oscar Valles who is approximately 5’5” to 5’7” tall, 190 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.   It is possible that he has family living in the Dallas-Fort Worth or Cleburne, Texas area.  

 

Midland Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 cash reward for identifying the person of interest involved in these incidents.  You will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used.     

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CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MPD (2017/05/19)

STATUS: SOLVED

***UPDATE**** A CRIME STOPPERS TIP WAS HELPFUL IN IDENTIFYING THE FEMALE AND GETTING WARRANT ISSUED.

 

Midland Crime Stoppers and the Midland Police Department need your help in identifying a Theft.

 

On May 14th at approximately 3 p.m., a female suspect walked into a business located at 4703 W. Loop 250 N.  The suspect noticed an Apple iPhone 6s on the counter and she took the phone while the employee was occupied.   The suspect is described as a Hispanic female in her twenties last seen wearing a black ball cap, gray shirt and shorts.   The suspect left the business in dark colored Ford 4-door pickup.      

 

If you are the first person to provide information on who this suspect may be and it leads to an arrest, it will be worth a $1,000 cash reward. You will remain anonymous and NO caller I.D. is ever used.

 



CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MCSO (2017/04/27)

$1,000 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

Call 432-694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

The Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help solving a Theft.

 

On April 23rd at approximately 4:00 p.m., the owner of a business located in the 8500 block of North F M 1788 reported a theft.  The suspects entered the yard by cutting a lock to gain entry to where the stolen items were located.  The suspect hooked their vehicle to black 2009 Big-Tex equipment trailer which was loaded with a Caterpillar Skid Steer loader.  The value of both items is over $30,000.  

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspects involved in this theft, it will be worth a $1,000 CASH REWARD. You will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used. 

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CRIME OF WEEK - ROBBERY - MPD (2017/04/21)

CRIME OF WEEK – ROBBERY 

$1,000 CASH REWARD

694-TIPS (8477) or mobile app P3 TIPS

 

Midland Crime Stoppers and the Midland Police Department need your help in identifying a suspect involved in a Robbery.

On Friday, April 14th at approximately 11:30 a.m., a Hispanic male went to 4009 North Midland Dr to attempt to steal some merchandise.   A store employee confronted the suspect and the suspect assaulted the employee and fled the scene in a dark colored van.

 

If you are the first person to provide information on this suspect and it leads to an arrest, it will be worth a $1,000 cash reward.  You will remain anonymous and NO caller I.D. is ever used.

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CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MCSO (2017/04/12)

$1,000 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

Call 432-694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

The Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help solving a Theft.

 

On March 18, 2017, sometime between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and midnight, a white 2006 5-wheel Sandpiper travel trailer was stolen from the 1700 block of East County Road 137.   The trailer was located behind a business at that location and was hooked up to water and electricity.   The trailer was displaying a Texas license plate 5BG-633 at the time of the theft.   The trailer is valued at over $15,000.  

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspects involved in this theft, it will be worth a $1,000 CASH REWARD. You will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used.     

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CRIME OF WEEK - FELONY THEFT - MPD (2017/03/23)

CRIME OF WEEK – THEFT       

$1,000 CASH REWARD

 

694-TIPS (8477)

mobile app P3 TIPS

Or Click SOLVE THIS CRIME

 

Midland Crime Stoppers and the Midland Police Department need your help in identifying a suspect involved in a Felony Theft.

On February 14th, a black older model GMC 4-door pickup entered a construction site located at 12230 Highway 191.  The suspect stole over $40,000 worth of welding equipment and construction components.  We need your help identifying this suspect.  The Police Department believes the suspect has also been involved in several other thefts in the Permian Basin.

 

Help us catch this thief!  If you are the first person to provide information on this suspect and it leads to an arrest, it will be worth a $1,000 cash reward.  You will remain anonymous and NO caller I.D. is ever used.

 



CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MCSO (2017/03/16)

CRIME OF WEEK – $1,000 REWARD

694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app P3 TIPS

or Click SOLVE THIS CRIME below

 

The Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help solving a Theft.

 

Sometime between January 12th and March 2nd, a Sullair model 375 air compressor was stolen from an oil lease location off of F M 1379.  The air compressor is green in color and is affixed to a single axle black trailer.  The last four serial numbers on the compressor are 0044.  The value of the compressor is approximately $30,000.

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspect or suspects involved in this theft, it will be worth a $1,000 CASH REWARD.
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CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MCSO FOR MARTIN CO SO (2017/02/17)

up to $3,500 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

 

The Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help solving a Theft.

 

This week, we are assisting the Martin County Sheriff’s Office regarding a theft that occurred at an oil field lease location in Martin County near the intersection of Hwy 349 and County Road 3200.   On January 27th at 12:23 p.m., an employee of the company noticed solar panels and car batteries missing from the location.   The solar panels were used in charging the batteries in order to maintain production.  Total value stolen and loss of production to the company is over $19,000.

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspect or suspects involved in this theft, it may be worth a cash reward of up to $3,500.   Call Energy Crime Stoppers 1-888-645 TIPS or call Midland Crime Stoppers at 694-TIPS or download our new crime stopper mobile app P3 TIPS.  As always you will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used.     

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CRIME OF WEEK - CREDIT CARD ABUSE - MPD (2017/02/09)

CRIME OF WEEK – CREDIT CARD ABUSE

$1,000 CASH REWARD

CALL 694-TIPS or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

Midland Crime Stoppers and the Midland Police Department need your help solving a Credit Card Abuse.

 

On December 6, 2016, an elderly female went to 3325 W. Wadley to get gas and an unknown Hispanic female came up to the female and offered to help fill the vehicle with gas.  The unknown female who was acting like a good Samaritan actually stole the elderly female’s credit card.  Later the victim found out that the female went on shopping spree and ran up over $1,600 on the stolen credit card.   The suspect is described as a Hispanic female in her twenties, approximately 5’4” and 140 pounds.    And the surveillance photo shows the suspect and her family at a register.

 

We need your help identifying this thief.  If you have information that leads to an arrest, it will be worth a $1,000 cash reward. You will remain anonymous and NO caller I.D. is ever used.

 

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CRIME OF THE WEEK - ROBBERY - MCSO (2017/02/03)

$1,000 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

Call 432-694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

The surveillance video is not the best but the Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help solving a Robbery.

 

On December 28, 2016 at approximately 5:50 p.m., deputies responded to a business located in the 3700 block of State Highway 349.  A male subject entered the store and was observed placing store items inside his pants and under his shirt.  As an employee of the store approached the suspect, he pushed the employee into a wall and ran out of the store with the merchandise he had stolen.   The suspect was wearing dark clothing and a dark colored beanie type knit cap with white and gray stripes.

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspect involved in this robbery, it will be worth a $1,000 CASH REWARD. You will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used.     



CRIME OF WEEK - THEFT - MCSO (2017/01/06)

$1,000 CASH REWARD - CRIME OF WEEK  

Call 694-TIPS (8477) or use mobile app ‘P3 TIPS’

 

Midland County Sheriff’s office and Midland Crime Stoppers need your help on a Theft.

 

On October 14, 2016 at 7:00 a.m., deputies responded to the 2700 block of South County Road 1200 in reference to a Theft.   The complainant informed deputies that upon arriving for work he observed the bay door leading into the business to be partially opened.  Once inside, the employee discovered fourteen (14) McElroy Pitbull fusion machines were missing which are valued at over $88,000.   The complainant stated a black Chevrolet pickup was acting suspicious in the area the day before the theft.  The pickup had a white Broncho horse head sticker on the back window.

 

If you are the first person to call with information leading to an arrest of the suspects involved in this theft, it will be worth a $1,000 CASH REWARD. You will remain anonymous and no caller ID is EVER used.     



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