Archive for May, 2012
This is not an amber alert
An endangered missing child advisory has been issued by Greenville Police department for the following regions: Statewide
While this is not an amber alert, the child is believed to be in danger.
She is believed to be with an adult male companion. they may be traveling to Texas. Law enforcement has exhausted all their leads and asking the public for assistance. She may be in need of medication and her hair is dyed black with reddish tints.
Be on the lookout for a missing or abducted child from Darke County, OH. Last seen on 136 vine st in the city of Greenville at 5/15/2012 12:00:00 am.
Information as of 05/15/2012 04:24 pm.
Child: Taylor Renee Swartz
Nickname/alias: tay or tator tot
DOB: 3/26/1995 17 yrs old
Height: 5’7″ weight: 180 lbs
Hair: red, straight, shoulder
Her lower lip is double pierced and a tattoo on her left foot of a “peace sign” symbol. she has scars on both arms. She was last seen wearing jeans, black hoodie and tennis shoes.
Last seen date: 05/13/2012 12:00 am
Last seen on 05-13-12 in greenville, ohio
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Delaware County detectives are asking for the public’s assistance identifying and locating a female suspect connected to multiple thefts. Earlier this month, the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office received several reports of theft from vehicles along Kilbourne Road in Kingston Township. A total of six thefts were reported to have occurred during the early morning hours of May 3.
Detectives investigating the thefts have obtained surveillance images from the Speedway gas station, 2567 Walcutt Road in Hilliard. The images show a white female using a credit card reported to be stolen during the rash of thefts. The female suspect used the stolen card to purchase multiple cartons of Newport cigarettes totaling more than $100. The suspect is describe
d as an average-sized female who appears to be in her 20s. She is seen wearing glasses, a black shirt, red pants and a white headband.
“This suspect could be connected to several thefts from vehicles in our jurisdiction,” said Acting Sheriff Scott Vance. He continued, “We’re hoping someone recognizes this woman so we are able to apprehend her before she can victimize another individual. Anyone who has information that could assist investigators is urged to contact our office at 740-833-2800.