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Over the past two weeks, the West Point Police Department Investigation Division has worked several burglary cases.
The Police Departmentâ€™s investigators are tracking leads to some of the suspects in several cases investigators are currently working on. The Investigation Division does have information that some of the items related to the burglary cases have been sold. The Police Department is asking anyone who may have purchased any of the following items or knows anyone who has purchased them to please come forward.
According to the WPPD, it is a felony crime to knowingly be in possession of stolen items. The Police Department is advising that if these items are turned over to the Police Department it is possible that criminal charges could be avoided. If anyone is found in possession of any of the following items through any other legal means then it may not be possible to avoid these charges.
A list of items investigators are currently looking for are as follows:
â€˘ 30-06 Winchester Model 70 wood stock hunting rifle with a Nikon Scope and a green leather case
â€˘ .22 Caliber Heritage revolver with wood grain stock
â€˘ Bowtech Tomkat Bow with quiver, sites, three orange and pink fletchings and release Camouflage in color
â€˘ A West Point High School 2005 class ring that is white gold with a blue stone
â€˘ Two Masonic rings, one of which is white gold
â€˘ Relic dress watch that is silver with a square facing
â€˘ A Benelli 12 gauge shotgun, Model SVE Super Black Eagle, wood stock
â€˘ Ruger .44 caliber revolver, Model Super Black Hawk
West Point Chief of Police Tim Brinkley said this is a partial list and does not include all missing items.
â€śSome suspects have revealed who may have bought some stolen items,â€ť Brinkley said. â€śWe want these individuals to come forward before we start serving arrest warrants.â€ť
Also the West Point Police Department is looking for any information about a vehicle that was stolen Friday, Jan. 25. The vehicle is a 2002 Lincoln Town Car, black in color. It was stolen between the hours of 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. and was taken between the block area of Fifth Street, East Morrow Street and Sixth Street.
The vehicle was recovered Saturday by the West Point Police Department and was found with major damage to the vehicle. If you or anyone you know has information on any of the above mentioned incidents please contact the West Point Police Department at 662-494-1244 or the Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151.