If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 344-CLUE . You do not have to give your name. CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you WILL remain anonymous.
|5/7/2014 - Stolen Copper wiring|
Sometime during the month of March, a thief or group of thieves, forced open a transformer at the old Caviness Plant west of Hereford. The thieves cut and took all of the secondary copper wire from the transformer. Deaf Smith County Electric Cooperative Inc. will add a $500 reward on top of what Crime Stoppers will pay if your information leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. The community is urged to call Crime Stoppers. Your identity will ALWAYS remain anonymous.
|3/31/2014 - Stolen Golf Cart|
Deaf Smith County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in finding the persons responsible for a Burglary of a Building at John Pitman Golf Course. Sometime between 8:00 pm on Friday, March 21 and 8:00 am Saturday, March 22, 2014 someone entered the barn used to store golf carts and took a Club Car brand golf cart. Crime Stoppers will pay a hefty reward for the recovery of the golf cart and or information that leads to the arrest of the suspect/s. Once you call Crime Stoppers, you will never be asked your name or phone number. To give a tip on this crime or to learn more on how the program works, call 344-CLUE (2583).
|10/30/2013 - Enough is enough|
For years burglaries in Hereford have been a problem. Whether it is your home, business, storage shed, or your vehicle, a burglar takes more than just your property. He takes a piece of your security with him. Burglaries and drugs go hand in hand and both are becoming out of control in your city. Crime Stoppers urges the community to call the clue line if you have information on these crimes. Crime Stoppers pays good rewards to people that give specific information that leads to an arrest or the recovery of narcotics or stolen property. Its time for the citizens of Hereford to take their city back and make the thieves and drug users move on. Crime Stoppers wants you to know that “Tippin aint snitchin” and you will remain completely anonymous. Help make your community a safer place. You tip us and we’ll tip you!
|8/4/2013 - Vandalism / Theft|
Deaf Smith County Sheriffs Office is asking for help in identifying the suspect in a recent theft and vandalism that occurred on N. Progressive Rd. On 06-30-2013 between the hours of 11:00am to 12:00pm, suspects stole the rims and tires off of a 2002 Hyundai SUV. The suspects also broke several windows on the car and took the battery as well. Anyone having information on this crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers or the Deaf Smith County Sheriffs Office.
|7/14/2013 - Let us tell you how our program works|
Deaf Smith County Crime Stoppers would like for the community to get involved in helping Hereford and Deaf Smith County a safer place to live work and raise a family by finding out just how we work. Crime Stoppers pays significant reward money to those who call and give good information that leads to the arrest of guilty subjects and / or the recovery of stolen property. If you would like to know how the program works, and how you remain completely anonymous throughout the entire investigation, we urge you to call 344-CLUE or visit our website at 344clue.com
|5/13/2013 - Golf Course Damage|
Crime Stoppers wants to pay for information leading to the
arrest of the persons responsible for the damage done to the green of hole # 15
at John Pitman Golf Course in Hereford.
Sometime during the nighttime hours of 04-25-2013 suspects drove a
vehicle over the green causing severe damage to the turf. Crime Stoppers asks the community to call
344-CLUE(2583) with information on this crime or to find out how the program
works. Crime Stoppers has paid out
thousands of dollars in the past and wants to pay many more thousands to
callers with good information.
|4/25/2013 - More Storage building burglaries|
Over the last several weeks, person/s unknown have broken into
numerous storage buildings in and around the city of Hereford. Deaf Smith County Crime Stoppers wants to
pay a large reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person/s
responsible. To report what you know,
or to find out how the program works so you are never identified, call Crime
Stoppers at 344-CLUE (2583).
|4/15/2013 - Burglary of Building|
Crime Stoppers is looking for the person/s responsible for a
burglary from a garden center on West Park Ave. The burglary took place between 3-27-2013 and 04-05-2013. Taken from the burglary were three gas
powered Stihl chain saws and three blue colored 5 gallon gas cans. Crime Stoppers will pay a HEFTY reward to
anyone that leads police to the arrest of the suspects or the recovery of the
|1/25/2013 - Harlem Ambassador Burglaries|
On 01-25-2013, Deaf Smith County Crime Stoppers hosted the
Harlem Ambassadors basketball team at the Hereford Junior High Gymnasium. As Hereford families enjoyed the fun and excitement
inside, Hereford thieves burglarized numerous vehicles in the parking lot
outside. Crime Stoppers WILL pay a
LARGE reward to any person/s that has good information that leads to the arrest
of the crooks or the recovery of the stolen property. Deaf Smith County Crime Stoppers intends to bring more fun and excitement
to Hereford and will not tolerate the punks that attempt ruin the fun.
|12/24/2012 - Stolen ATV|
Crime Stoppers is yet again asking the community of Hereford
and Deaf Smith County to help solve a serious crime that happened within our
county. Sometime during the overnight hours
of 10-01-2012, some unknown crooks broke into a barn on County Rd. HH. After entry was made into the barn, the
thieves stole several items such as a high lift jack, an air powered grease
gun, several end wrenches, and a red Polaris Ranger 800 ATV which is valued at
over $10,000. A photo of a ranger similar
to that which was stolen can be seen on the Crime Stoppers web site at www.344clue.com under crime of the
week. Crime Stoppers WILL pay a lot of
money for the arrest of the suspects, and or the recovery of the stolen
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