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Police Looking for Person of Interest in Credit Card Theft

Police Looking for Person of Interest in Credit Card Theft

The Amherst Police are looking to question a female person of interest about the use of a stolen credit card. The victim reported that some of her credit cards were stolen and used a various stores in the area. A person of interest was captured on security footage from a store on Transit Road.

Person of Interest is a black female, heavy set seen wearing grey pants, black top, red rimmed eyeglasses and an oversize tan purse.

She left the area in a 200-2013 Mazda 3 four-door sedan.

Amherst Police are Looking to Find the Owners of Recovered Stolen Property

Amherst Police are Looking to Find the Owners of Recovered Stolen Property

The Amherst Police recently arrested the subject Richard A. Donovan Jr. “Richie” (photo below) who was employed as an installer and repairman for a Buffalo area heating and cooling business.  

Lost Credit Card Used at Electronic Gaming Store

Lost Credit Card Used at Electronic Gaming Store

 

The Amherst Police are looking for a person of interest who they want to question about purchases that were made with a stolen credit card.  The victim reported losing her wallet in the parking lot of the University Plaza, a short time later one of her credit cards was used at an electronic gaming store.

      

Don’t Let Your St. Patrick’s Day End Tragically

Don’t Let Your St. Patrick’s Day End Tragically

As St. Patrick's Day approaches, The Resource Training Center, provider of the New York State Drinking Driver Program, is reminding drivers not to get behind the wheel if they've been drinking. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports over 700 people were killed nationwide in crashes involving a drunk driver during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday from 2006 to 2010.  

“Whether you are gathering with friends at the local pub or attending the parade, if alcohol is part of the festivities, make sure you designate a sober driver to get you home safely,” said Monica Farrar, program director of The Resource Training Center in Amherst.

Amherst Police Want to Talk to Four Females About Perfume Thefts

Amherst Police Want to Talk to Four Females About Perfume Thefts

The Amherst Police are looking to question four persons of interest in thefts of perfume products from a Niagara Falls Boulevard Store.

The incident that is shown in the security footage occurred on 2/10/2013 around 5:15 pm.  At the time of time of the theft, the suspects may have been driving a white Chevy Impala with Kentucky license plates.  The four black females that are shown in the footage are wanted for questioning in this crime.

If you recognize any of these persons of interest or have any information related to this crime call the Amherst Police Detective Bureau at 689-1385 or email to tips@apdny.org.

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Police Identify Shoplifter from a Niagara Falls Blvd Store with Tips From the Public

Police Identify Shoplifter from a Niagara Falls Blvd Store with Tips From the Public

Amherst Police Detective report that because of several tips that they received from the public via social media sites and WGRZ Channel 2 News, they were able to identify the suspect who stole $150 worth or merchandise from a Niagara Falls Boulevard grocery store.

The incident occurred on 1/24/2013.  The security footage of the suspect was posted on the Amherst Police Facebook page and Youtube Channel one week ago.

Amherst Police Looking for Two Involved in Using Stolen Credit Cards

The Amherst Police are for two suspects who used stolen credit card numbers over a period of time at several locations.

The two suspects are pictured in the security footage from one of the locations.

If you recognize either of these suspects or have any information related to this crime call the Amherst Police Detective Bureau at 689-1336 or email to tips@apdny.org.

Visit the AMHERST POLICE FACEBOOK FAN PAGE and AMHERST POLICE YOUTUBE CHANNEL