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CrimeStoppers Add Cases for Cash Rewards
Monday, 22 June 2009

June 22--  Toombs-Montgomery Crimsestoppers is offering cash rewards for information leading to arrests in four cases in the two counties.

At its June meeting, the Crimestoppers board added two cases each from the sheriff's offices in Toombs and Montgomery counties.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's office is seeking information regarding an armed robbery the night of June 8th at the Friendly Gus convenience story in Mount Vernon.  Officials say a masked man armed with a rifle took $735.00 from the store clerk.  He's described as a black male wearing a gray jacket with colorful letters spelling the name "Gooch."

A reward is also being offered in a theft from the shop of James Sharpton on Highway 221 south of Mount Vernon. Police report a white trailer and a 2001 red and black Harley Davidson motorcycle valued at $30,000 were stolen May 25th.  

In Toombs County, rewards are being offered for information leading to arrests in two burglaries.

A burglary was reported in April at the home of Teresa Shuman on New Normantown Road.  Mrs. Shuman told deputies over 20 pieces of jewelry valued at about $10,000 were taken from her jewelry box.

In a May 30th Toombs County burglary, two men allegedly took audio equipment from two vehicles parked at the home of Josh Turner on C.V. Mosley Road.  Police are looking for two black males who fled the scene in a brown older model Ford Ranger.

If you have any information about any of these cases, you may collect a cash reward from Toombs-Montgomery CrimeStoppers.  All calls are anonymous, you do not have to give your name.

Call toll free 1-866-439-6313.

 
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