Updated: 9:22 PM He's caught on tape breaking into a business and stealing an alarm security camera, but police can clearly see the person responsible. Now they need your help identifying him. Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward in the case.
Updated: 7:20 PM Lexington Police continue to look for the man, caught on surveillance, who tried to rob a bank in Lexington in mid-July. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward for information in this case.
Updated: 11:19 AM Police want to know whose responsible for dozens of car vandalisms that have happened in Lexington in the last two days. Crime Stoppers is now offering a reward in this case for information regarding the vandalisms.
Updated: 8:45 PM Lexington Police are looking for a man they say went into a home while the homeowner was sleeping, stealing her purse and credit cards. Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward if you can identify the man caught on tape using the cards.
Posted: 6:17 PM An off duty officer was cut on the face with a knife while trying to break up a fight in a Waffle House parking lot. Crimestoppers is asking for help to find the woman they say is responsible.
Updated: 8:12 PM A crime targeting grocery shoppers appears to have more victims tonight. In February we told you about a man police say stole wallets from shoppers at Lexington Krogers stores. They now know whose responsible. They just need your help finding him.
Updated: 8:05 PM He's caught on tape, and now police are looking for a man targeting people working out. Lexington Police are hoping you can help tell them who is stealing from people at gyms in the area.
Updated: 8:13 PM Credit card cloning sounds like a technological wave of the future, but it's a scam circulating right now! Lexington Police are currently looking to find a man who transferred someones data to his card.
Updated: 5:54 PM It happened in broad daylight. Someone broke into a car in a parking garage in Lexington stealing a backpack with valuables inside. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.
Updated: 9:43 PM Bill Crider is the ex-husband of Joyce Crider, a Lexington woman who disappeared in 2002. He has never been named an official suspect, but has never been ruled out either. He has now been arrested on drug and gun charges.
Posted: 7:06 PM It's all caught on camera. On April 28th, a man walks into the PNC Bank in the Woodhill Shopping Center, and demands money from the teller. Police continue to investigate the robbery. Meanwhile, Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the suspect's arrest.
Updated: 2:10 PM A man forgets his credit card at a Lexington grocery store and police say another man took advantage of the find, spending thousands of dollars on it. Now they're hoping you recognize the person responsible.