Licking County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for anyone with information on the robbery of a Heath restaurant.
It happened on October 9th around 8:15 p.m. The Heath Police Department says a male suspect attempted to rob the Subway on Hebron Road but left without any cash after he saw another customer pull into the parking lot. Officers indicate witnesses saw the man flee on foot with another suspect, who was in the parking lot behind the restaurant.
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The Licking County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for anyone with information on the theft of a Newark business. It happened overnight on September 16th. The police department says an individual stole several tools, valuing more than $2,000, from Freedom Recycling on Mount Vernon Road. The tools taken include, chainsaws, wrenches, hammers, and drills.
Licking County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in solving the theft of thousands of dollars of tools and supplies that were taken from a Newark worksite.
It happened sometime between September 2nd and 7th. The police department reports an individual broke into a Deer Creek Excavating tool trailer that was parked outside a site at O'bannon and McKinley Avenues. Some of the items missing include an air compressor, saws, and copper wire.
The Licking County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in solving a homicide case that happened 21 years ago, and the victim's family is donating a$20,000 reward for anyone with information on this crime.
The Newark Police Department says an ODOT worker found the body of 71-year-old Helen Stuart in the back seat of an abandoned car on Ohio 16 in April of 19-89. It was near Ohio 668 in hanover township. Officers say Stuart had been strangled, and they believe the incident initiated...
Licking County Crime Stoppers is looking into the theft of a credit card, and it's offering up to a $1,000 reward for anyone with information on this crime.
The Heath Police Department says a Florida woman notified officers back in June that an individual had used her credit card at a Heath Walmart and made of purchase of $1,350. Officers say the woman indicated she had never been to Ohio and had no idea how the suspect got a hold of her credit card information.