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20-029172 Sunglass Hut Theft
August 06, 2020
On Tuesday July 28, 2020, the bellowed pictured subject entered the Sunglass Hut, located at 301 Tanger Dr., and stole approximately 9 pair of Versace sunglasses with an estimated value of $1500.
20-012311 Valero Burglary
June 24, 2020
On Sunday April 12, 2020 Officers responded to the Valero located at 1200 W. Moore Ave in the city of Terrell. Upon arrival, Officers observed that the front glass to the business was damaged. Review of the businesses surveillance video shows the below pictured suspect enter the business by breaking out the front door glass. The suspect enters the business and removes a display case containing lottery tickets. A short time later the suspect is on video at the Quick Trip in Sunnyvale cashing several of the lottery tickets.
20-018750 Laptop Theft
June 02, 2020
On May 22, 2020 the below pictured male was observed entering 1408 W. Moore Ave. (Aaron's). The male subject selected a black 15 inch Pavilion Ryzn5 laptop computer and concealed the laptop under his shirt and into the front of his pants, he then exited the business. The laptop is worth approximately $1064.50.
20-006241 Burglary Motor Vehicle-TangerOn Tuesday, February 25, 2020, at approximately noon, a vehicle burglary occurred in the 300 block of Tanger Dr. A black Mazda was broken into and property removed. The victim described a possible suspect vehicle as a beige older model car. A person of interest associated with that car was on security video from a retail store at Tanger Mall. Any information on the subject or this offense is encouraged to contact Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.
March 20, 2020
20-005730 Walmart Theft
February 25, 2020
On Friday February 21, 2020 Officers were dispatched to 1900 W. Moore Ave. (Walmart) in reference to a burglary of a building.
Management advised that at approximately 0200 hours on this date a gray Ford Explorer parked close to the garden section, which is closed to the public at that time. Two black male subjects, pictured below, exited the vehicle and began cutting the fence that encloses the garden section. The subjects cut a large hole and made entry into the garden section and pushed a go-kart back through the hole and loaded it into the back of the Explorer. The Explorer had paper tags but the number is not readable on the store's surveillance video.
The go-kart is a Coleman go-kart, red and black in color with no known serial number or VIN. The go-kart is worth $699.00.
20-000305 ULTA Theft
January 07, 2020
On Thursday January 4, 2020, Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to the Ulta Beauty Store in reference to a theft that occurred on January 2, 2020. The below pictured female entered the business and selected several items of cosmetics and perfume, placing them into a blue tote bag. The female then exited the business without making an attempt to pay for the merchandise. The stolen merchandise was valued at $875.00.
19-036082 Heidelberg Theft
January 02, 2020
On November 18, 2019 Heidelberg Cement, located at 380 Iron Horse Rd in Terrell, had a CAT Skid Steer stolen. The suspects drove the Skid Steer through a fence causing extensive damage. If you have information about this theft, please send a TIP and reference this case number (19-036082).
19-038121 ULTA Theft.
December 10, 2019
On December 7, 2019 Terrell Police Department Officers responded to the ULTA store located at 670 American Way in the city of Terrell. Upon arrival, Officers were advised that 2 unidentified black females and 1 unidentified black male (pictured below) entered the store. All 3 individuals grabbed ULTA shopping bags and proceeded to the perfume/cologne section located towards the middle of the store. All 3 individuals began filling their shopping bags with several different types of perfume and cologne bottles that are identified as Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior and Kate Spade. All 3 individuals exited the store on foot running towards the back of the parking lot. A customer later advised ULTA store employees that the suspects possibly got into a white Infiniti SUV with an unknown license plate.
The total amount of theft was listed at over $6,900.
19-035533 Chipotle Burglary
November 15, 2019
On Friday November 15, 2019 Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to 1396 FM 148 (Chipotle) in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival, Officers observed a large glass window was broken out. Upon viewing the video, three unknown suspects, the first wearing all black with a neon green ski mask with white and black shoes come through the window using a sledge hammer. The second unknown suspect is wearing all black with red gloves and white stripes along the sleeves of the jacket. The third unknown suspect is wearing a grey sweat suit with a hood over his head, and white and black shoes with orange gloves on.
The subjects attempt to open the safe with the sledge hammer but are unsuccessful and flee the building.
19-028424 Fraudulent Check
October 22, 2019
The below pictured females are suspects in a fraudulent check case out of the Terrell Police Department. If you have any information on their identities, please contact Detective R. Birkett at 469-474-2644.
19-031585 Agg. Sexual Assault Suspect
October 17, 2019
The Terrell Police Department has two (2) outstanding arrest warrants for Muro-Ortega, Jose Raudel w/m 05/25/1989 for the offense of Aggravated Sexual Assault Child. The victim of the offense is a female family member under 14 years of age. Muro-Ortega uses the alias Raymond Casias Hernandez w/m 08/31/1992 and has in his possession a counterfeit Louisiana ID card with his photo bearing that name.
Jose Raudel Muro-Ortega was last known to be driving a white 2005 Ford F-150 registered in his name. The truck has Texas LP- MLY5946. The truck has 4-doors and is lifted. It has FX4 decals on the rear quarter panels and dark trim along the bottom of the truck. The truck also has oversized off-road tires and dark color wheels. The truck is equipped with a brush guard/push bumper on the front and an LED off-road light across the width of the roof.
Unknown if Muro-Ortega has any weapons, but he is aware of his warrants. He has gone into hiding and is believed to be in the Kaufman, Ellis or Dallas County area. Muro-Ortega also has family members and associates in Angelina County and Lufkin in particular.
A photo of Muro and his vehicle is attached.
19-026486 215 S. Rockwall ForgeryOn Thursday August 29, 2019 the Terrell Police Department responded to a call for service at Seven Days Drive Inn, located at 215 South Rockwall Avenue, Terrell, Texas in reference to a fraud/ forgery.The owner of the business reported that the suspect pictured below passed a forged check and a fraudulent identification. The still images provided are from the video surveillance. The suspect was seen driving the gray four door Chevrolet truck also pictured below.
October 02, 2019
19-024037 Tiger Mart Agg. RobberyOn August 7, 2019 at approximately 0147 hours, The Terrell Police Department responded to an aggravated robbery at Tiger Mart, located at 1100 FM 148. The suspect was described as a thin black male standing 5’08” to 5’09”, 185 lbs., wearing a grey hoodie, ski mask, blue gloves, and was armed with a gun. The black male may have left the scene on foot or possibly in a white four door sedan. The suspect got away with about $240.00 in cash from the register. The gun was described as a small black semi-automatic.
August 08, 2019
19-018941Tiger Mart Agg. Robbery
June 21, 2019
On Thursday June 12, 2019 at approximately 0148 hours Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to 1100 FM 148, Tiger Mart, in reference to an Aggravated Robbery that just occurred. Upon arrival, Officers met with the store clerk who advised that the below pictured suspect entered the business and pointed a small caliber handgun at him and demanded the money from the register. The suspect then removed approximately $300-$400 dollars from the register and fled the scene on foot.
19-017684 Motel 6 Attempted BMV
June 12, 2019
On June 9, 2019 Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to Motel 6 in reference to an attempted burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon review of the businesses surveillance video the below pictured suspects are observed attempting to pry the lock on the victim's vehicle. After several attempts the suspects leave the scene in a red single cab truck without making entry into the victim's vehicle.
19-015966 Texaco Theft
June 03, 2019
On May 26, 2019 Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to the Texaco located at 320 W. Moore Ave. in reference to a theft. Upon arrival, Officers made contact with the clerk who advised that the suspect entered the business and removed a stand containing several lottery tickets. Upon review of the stores surveillance video, the suspect is observed exiting the front passenger door of a dark colored Scion. The suspect appears to be walking with a limp as he enters the business. As the suspect is at the counter he grabs the stand containing the lottery tickets and exits the business and reenters the Scion.
The suspect is described as a black male wearing a black hat, a white “Roca Wear” shirt, jean shorts, and white shoes. The black male also appears to have a goatee.
ONCOR Burglary 19-013438
May 31, 2019
On Sunday, May 5, 2019 at approximately 0349 hours, Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to Oncor Electric Delivery for an alarm. The alarm company advised Police dispatch they observed someone on the live camera feed walking around the inside of the fenced in property, pulling a wagon. Upon arrival, Officers located a UTV along with several tools and copper wiring next to a gate that had been cut open. Officers searched the area and were unable to locate anyone. The subject observed on video appeared to be a male wearing all dark clothing. Anyone with any information on this burglary is asked to contact the Terrell Police Department of the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.
19-013954 Residential Burglary (Hwy 148)
May 21, 2019
During the first week of May 2019 a residence near Hwy 148 in the CIty of Terrell was burglarized. Over $30,000 worth of items were stolen including a green Razor ATV, laptop computers, regular and personalized jewelry, and several cordless construction tools. If you have any information regarding this burglary, please send a tip via Crime Stoppers and help us help the family. Please note the case number with your tip. Thanks.
19-007680/19-007684 Business Burglary
March 19, 2019
On Friday March 15, 2019, Terrell Police Department Officers were dispatched to two separate business burglaries located at 1416B West Moore (Perfect Nail and Spa) and 1430 West Moore (Heavenly Clips). Entry into the businesses was made by the suspect shattering the front glass door. The suspect was observed by both businesses surveillance video to be the same person. The video shows the suspect to be a black male wearing a black hoodie and what appears to be black jogging pants with white stripes down the legs.
March 19, 2019
On Thursday, March 14, 2019 Officers were dispatched to Buc-ee’s located at 506 Interstate 20 in the city of Terrell in reference to an auto theft.
The complainant advised that while at work, his 1996 silver Honda Odyssey was stolen. Upon review of the businesses surveillance video, an older model silver or gold Honda Accord is seen parking next to the victim’s vehicle. A female with dark hair wearing a blue hoodie, light colored tights, and a black ball cap exits the vehicle and approaches the victim’s vehicle. After a few minutes both vehicles exit the parking lot of the business.
On Friday, March 15, 2019 Officers were dispatched back to the business in reference to a burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon review of the surveillance video from the business, Officers observed the Honda Odyssey, stolen the previous day, enter the parking lot of the business and park next to a Honda CR-V. A female matching the description of the suspect from the stolen vehicle exits the vehicle and enters the Honda CR-V. The female removes several items from the vehicle, then re-enters the Honda Odyssey and leaves the parking lot. The passenger in the suspect vehicle appears to be a black male wearing dark colored pants and shirt.
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