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4/18/2017 - Armed Robbery at Coppell High SchoolIN CUSTODY
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Armed Robbery at Coppell High School

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On 4/18/17 at approximately 6:24pm, Coppell PD Officers were dispatched to Coppell High School in reference to a robbery in progress. Upon arrival, officers discovered that a juvenile was robbed at gunpoint from an unknown suspect. The juvenile victim stated to police that the suspect pulled up in a newer silver Nissan Sentra and asked him a few questions before brandishing and pointing some type of handgun at the victim. The suspect demanded the victim’s cell phone and wallet. The victim complied, and the suspect then drove away. The suspect is described as a Hispanic/Latin male, between 25-35 years old, with a goatee. The suspect was wearing a dark colored shirt, possibly a Nike brand with some type of writing.

If you have any information related to this crime, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477) or text "CCSTIP plus your message" to 274637 (CRIMES), or submit a tip online through TipSoft at www.coppellcrimestoppers.org.

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4/6/2017 - Attempted Burglary of Motor Vehicle SuspectIN CUSTODY
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Attempted BMV Suspect

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The pictured suspect is responsible for up to 75 different vehicle burglaries in Coppell since November 2016.

The suspect is described as a white male approximately 17-21 years old and 6` tall with a thin build. He wears a grey or light colored hoodie in all of the offenses.

The suspect walks through neighborhoods, mostly on the west side of Coppell, and pulls on door handles of cars parked in the street or in the driveway. When a car is unlocked, he takes anything of value left inside the car.

The suspect has taken purses, laptops, firearms, loose change, wallets, cell phones, sunglasses and other items from vehicles that have been left unlocked.

The suspect likely lives in the area around Wilson Elementary School.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspect in these pictures, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477). 

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1/10/2017 - Fraud Suspects
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Fraud Suspects

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On 1/10/17, the pictured male suspect used a Coppell resident`s identifying information to acquire credit accounts at Best Buy and Belk in the DFW area. The suspect used the credit accounts to purchase a computer at Best Buy and clothing and home goods at Belk. He also used the victim`s information at Nordstrom to purchase a gift card with the victim`s existing credit account. The two pictured female suspects assisted with the purchases at Belk.

In a related residential security video later that night, three males are seen walking in the streets checking for unlocked cars.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspects in these pictures, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477) or Detective Acker at 972-304-3564.

Reference Incident #17001726

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12/20/2016 - Vehicle Burglary Suspects
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Vehicle Burglary Suspects

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On the night of December 20th and the early morning of December 21st, several vehicles were burglarized in Coppell. Residential security video captured what appears to be a newer model Ford F-250 crew cab with a brush guard covering the front bumper. Thee vehicle is occupied by three males.

In a related residential security video later that night, three males are seen walking in the streets checking for unlocked cars.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspects in this picture, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477).

Reference Incident #16032332

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12/14/2016 - Attempted Burglary of Motor Vehicle SuspectIN CUSTODY
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Attempted Burglary of Motor Vehicle Suspect

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On Wednesday, December 14th at 3:15am, the pictured suspect was seen walking the alleyway near Graywood Lane in Coppell. He walked up to parked vehicle and attempted to gain entry.

This suspect may be involved in other burglaries of motor vehicles in the area, and we are seeking the public`s help in identifying him.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspect in these pictures, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477).

Reference Incident #16031642

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11/25/2016 - Package Theft Suspect
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Package Theft Suspect

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On Friday, November 25th at approximately 4:30pm, the suspect drove into the victim`s driveway and removed a package that had just been delivered by UPS.

The victim`s security cameras captured the suspect`s vehicle, but the images are not clear enough to obtain a license plate.

The suspect appears to be a white male with blonde hair, approximately 5`4"-5`6" in height. He had a passenger in the vehicle.

The suspect drives a black 2014-2016 Kia Soul that appears to be in good condition with no dents or scratches and has no visible bumper stickers.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspect in these pictures, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477).

Reference Incident #16030082

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9/17/2016 - Criminal Mischief / Damage to Vehicle
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Criminal Mischief / Damage to Vehicle

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Since September 17, 2016, Coppell PD has taken 3 police reports involving unknown suspect(s) damaging the same victim`s vehicle. The series of offenses have caused more than $5,000.00 in damage to this victim`s personal property. The vehicle has sustained multiple forms of damage during these offenses. 

If you have any information related to these crimes or feel you can identify a suspect or suspects, please contact Coppell Police Department Detective Steve Hayes at 972-304-3604, or Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477).

Reference Incident #16022938, 16027815, 16027837 

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An additional $1,000 has been offered by other parties making a reward total of up to $2,000 possible for information on these offenses.

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8/31/2016 - Cell Phone Thefts - Aquatic Center
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Cell Phone Thefts - Aquatic Center

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On August 31, 2016, Coppell Officers responded to multiple cell phone thefts at 234 E Parkway Blvd., Coppell City Aquatic and Recreation Center.

The three males seen in these pictures are persons of interest in these thefts. Two of the males did not check into the center and one paid cash, but supplied false information to the clerk.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify these persons of interest, please contact Coppell Police Department Detective Steve Hayes at 972-304-3604 or Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477).

Reference Incident #16021181 and 16021184.

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8/2/2016 - Serial Check Fraud Suspect
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Serial Check Fraud Suspect

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The same suspect has been seen using forged checks at Walmart in Denton (7-16), Lewisville (7-18) and North Richland Hills (8-2). In each case, the forged checks contain drivers license information from victims in Coppell, Roanoke, and Hurst. The suspect returned one item to the Hickory Creek Walmart.

The suspect purchases plumbing equipment with the forged checks. He’s purchased shower heads and faucets with the checks.

The suspect has been described as a heavy set white male over 30 that walks with a side to side gait. At the Hickory Creek Walmart he used a motorized scooter shopping cart to get around the store.

He’s believed to be driving an early 2000’s tan Chevy Silverado extended cab.

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspect in this picture, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at (972) 436-TIPS (8477) to be eligible for a reward.

Reference Incident # 16017721

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7/31/2016 - Credit Card Abuse
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Credit Card Abuse

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On Sunday, July 31st at 7:35 AM, the pictured suspect used a fraudulent credit card at Kroger at 950 E. Sandy Lake Rd in Coppell. The suspect also used a coupon and Kroger rewards card with his purchase.

The suspect is a bald black male with glasses and wears a large watch on his left wrist. He left the scene in a silver/grey newer model Chevy Traverse.  

If you have any information related to this crime or feel you can identify the suspect in this picture, please contact Coppell Crime Stoppers at 972-436-TIPS (8477) to be eligible for a reward. Or contact Coppell Police Department Detective Acker at 972-304-3564.

Reference Incident # 16017983

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