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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 cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 

7/9/2017 - Theft of Property at Kaufman Wal-Mart
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The Kaufman Police Department recently obtained video of two suspects involved in a Theft of Property offense that occurred at Wal-Mart on July 9, 2017.  They were driving the above pictured vehicle. 

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who anonymously provides information, through Crime Stoppers, that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime. If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call or text 877-TIPS-KCC or send a tip via the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers website.  If you prefer to contact the police, you can at the number listed below:  


Kaufman Police Department

Detective Sergeant Tommy Black #905


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1/26/2017 - Burglary of a Vehicle Forney, Texas

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The Forney Police Department responded to a call of burglary of a vehicle on January 26, 2017 at around 3:00 am. Video provided by the homeowner, shows an unidentified male subject enter the homeowner’s unlocked vehicle in the 1400 block of Vista Ridge in the Diamond Creek subdivision. The offender took a pistol from inside the vehicle. The suspect is seen wearing a hoodie and a back pack in the video.


The Forney Police Department needs your help in identifying this suspect. If anyone has any information about who this is, please contact the Forney Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 972-564-7600. You can also leave information anonymously at Kaufman County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-847-7522.

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11/29/2016 - Theft Suspect
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Terrell Police Department

On Saturday, November 26, 2016, Officers spoke with a subject who stated that she left her purse in the cart when she left Walmart. When she returned a few minutes later she discovered someone had taken it. Her purse is a small silver purse with a shoulder strap. The purse contained $400 in cash along with her drivers license, multiple credit cards, health and Medicare cards and a vehicle insurance card. All of her credit cards and driver’s license were inside a maroon card holder in the purse. The victim is over 65 years old.

Officers spoke with Walmart asset protection who provided video of the incident. The video shows the victim walking out of Wal-Mart and leaving her purse in the cart. After she walks out, a Wal-Mart employee gives the cart to a white male with a white female and three small children. One of the children sits on top of the purse before they start walking through the store. The male exits the store, turns back and goes back inside before finally exiting to the parking lot. The area of the parking lot he went to does not have video.

Officers looked in the trash cans near where the male exited and in the cart return where he put the cart before leaving but did not find the purse. Below is a photo of the suspect as he exited the store.

If anyone has information regarding this suspect, please contact Detective J. Whitworth of the Terrell Police Department at (972)551-6622 ext. 281 or by e-mail at

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9/28/2016 - Theft

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On August 6, 2006 this individual stole a box of checks out of the victim`s mail box in Kaufman County. On august 8th, 9th and 10th this individual started cashing checks at Walmart and AutoZone in Terrell, Walmart in Garland, along with The Home Depot in Mesquite. At this time we canont identify this individual, if anyone has any information on this individual please contact Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.

The person that we are looking at in the video is in the black t-shirt with the black & white cap.

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9/21/2016 - Burglary Of Vehicle Terrell 16-024998
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On Wednesday September 21, 2016 at 4:32 p.m., Officers responded to 506 West Interstate 20, Buc-ee`s, regarding a burglary of a vehicle. Upon arrival, Officers met with victims who reported that they had parked at a fuel pump and after filling with fuel they entered the store leaving a purse in front passenger side of their truck. A suspect can be seen on video parked at the pump next to the victim`s vehicle, exit what appears to be a new white Chrysler 200 and walk over to the victim`s truck from the passenger side while one victim was pumping gas on the driver`s side.   The suspect carefully opens the passenger front door just a crack while the victim is watching the pump. The suspect leaves the door barely cracked open and walks back to his vehicle. The suspects then drive off and watch for the victim to walk away from their vehicle and enter the store. While the victims are in the store the suspect walks up to the vehicle and opens the passenger front door which was not secure and takes the purse.

The suspect that took the purse was described as a young black male, in his 20’s, approximately 6’2” tall, with a thin build. Surveillance video captures a partial temporary tag but the first and last characters are mostly unreadable. The tag appears to be *3M057* with the "*" indicating the unidentified characters.

Anyone with information on this crime is ask to call Kaufman County Crime Stoppers or the Terrell Police Department Detective Sergeant Whitworth at 972-551-6622 x 281 . Reference case #16-024998.

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8/31/2016 - Home Depot Thefts
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On Tuesday August 23, 2016, an unknown white male entered the Home Depot located at 151 Windsor Avenue and stole a 20 volt Dewalt Finish Nailer valued at $399.00 and a Pasload Cordless Finish Framing Nailer valued at $399.00.The suspect appears to be a white male with a shaved head on the sides and dark hair on the top. He is wearing a light blue shirt and dark jeans. The suspect ran out the contractor exit doors, got into a red single cab Chevrolet pickup, possibly a S10 series and fled the property.


Anyone with information on this or any other Home Depot theft is ask to call Kaufman County Crime Stoppers or the Terrell Police Department. Reference case #16-022233.

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8/22/2016 - Cash Store Burglary Terrell 16-021798
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On Monday August 22, 2016 at 4:00 am, the Terrell Police Responded to a burglary at the Cash Store in the 1800 block of West Moore Avenue. Video recovered from the location showed two male subjects break the window and make entry into the store. Both subjects went to the safe and began taking turns hitting the safe with sledgehammers. Once the safe broke free from being bolted to the floor, one subject picked up the safe and ran towards the back door of the business. The subjects were both male and slim in build. One subject was wearing a black hoodie, black pants and gloves. The other subject was wearing a red or pink hoodie with tan pants and white gloves. Both subjects had their faces covered with some type of mask.


A witness reported a gray Kia SUV parked by the back door of the business. The witness saw one male subject standing beside the vehicle and wearing a dark colored hoodie. The witness saw the vehicle drive away at a high rate of speed. The Dallas Police Department recovered the safe in the area of Plano Road and Interstate 635 that same morning.


If anyone has any additional information about this or any other incident, please contact the Terrell Police Department Criminal Investigations Department at 972-551-6622. You can also leave information anonymously at Kaufman County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-847-7522 and if that information leads to an arrest, a reward could be granted to the caller.

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8/22/2016 - Homicide County Roud 236
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On Monday, August 22, 2016 at approximately 2230 hours, the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communication Center received a call for service from a woman identifying herself as Jessica Reta.  She advised that she came to her husband’s (Carlos Reta) auto sales business (Reta Auto Sales, located at 13525 CR 236 Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas) to check on him after not hearing from him for several hours.  When she entered the office she saw blood and her husband lying in the floor.  She immediately called 911.  Upon arrival, deputies cleared the scene for safety and notified KCSO Criminal Investigations and Crime Scene of the incident.  Carlos Reta was pronounced deceased on scene.  Based on the results of our investigation, this has been classified as a homicide. 


If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 877-TIPSKCC (847-7522).


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7/27/2016 - Walmart Theft
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The Kaufman Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying 2 suspects who recently stole 4 large televisions from Walmart in Kaufman.

The theft occurred on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at approximately 5:00 a.m. The suspects vehicle appears to be a 90’s model Chevy truck, blue in color, extended cab. The vehicle appears to have factory wheels and round chrome bed rails. The vehicle’s front and rear license plates were covered in tape.  Two black males, possible early 20’s entered Walmart and stole (2) Samsung 55 inch TV’s and (2) Vizio 65 inch TV’s. The suspects fled out a fire exit door while a third individual was driving the vehicle.

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5/3/2016 - 16-011458 Aggravated Robbery 400 Block of Thomas Street Terrell

On May 3, 2016 at approximately 2229 hours, Terrell Police responded to a report of a robbery of a Pizza Hut delivery driver.  The delivery driver advised a male in a red hooded sweatshirt and black shorts called to her from the drive way of a house in the 400 block of Thomas St. The driver stated that a second unseen suspect placed something in her back and told the driver to give him the money. The suspect was pointing a black semi auto handgun at the driver. The suspect in the red hood is described as light skinned. Both suspects appeared to be young possibly teenagers.

If anyone has any additional information about this or any other incident, please contact the Terrell Police Department  Criminal Investigations Department at 972-551-6622. You can also leave information anonymously at Kaufman County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-847-7522 and if that information leads to an arrest, a reward could be granted to the caller.

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