Burglary of a building
Friday January 21, 2011

Between the hours of 10:00 pm on Saturday January 15th and 9:30 am on Sunday January 16th someone unlawfully entered the business known as Chihua’s Restaurant located at 1518 South Main.
The suspect entered the business by prying open the front doors. At 2:45am the business Surveillance video captured a male wearing a mask and gloves that were trying to pry open the register. Once the register was opened the suspect removed and undetermined amount of cash from the register and business office.

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Other Unsolved Cases:

Friday, January 7, 2005

Perryton Ochiltree County Crime Stoppers officials are looking for information on a recent crime that resulted in more than $70,000.00 in damages, and if the person or people responsible for the crime are caught, they could be facing federal charges. Because of the severity of the incident, Crime Stoppers officials are offering their top reward for help in solving the case. Saturday, January 1st arson at Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witness Church at 701 S. Colgate. The fire was reported around 6:00 a.m. Saturday morning. It was contained mostly to the northwest corner of the building, but before local fire fighters had the blaze out, it had spread into the attic of the building and caused between $70,000.00 and $80,000.00 in damages. Working from suspicious evidence found at the scene, officials from the State Fire Marshall's Office and the A.T.F. determined that the fire was intentionally set after someone vandalized the inside of the church. Arson on a place of worship is a first-degree felony

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Friday, April 23, 2004


Between the night of Friday, April 2nd and the early morning of Saturday, April 3 rd someone busted out several windows at Perryton High School, gained entry into the school's office area and then stole a Panasonic rechargeable mini-recorder, a Franklin pocket translator, a Bytespeed laptop computer, a new version of Printshop Deluxe and a tennis racquet autographed by Alex O'brien. Crime Stopper's officials have set the reward for help in this case at $500.00.

Sometime in the night of Saturday, April 10 th or early on Sunday, April 11 th someone busted out a window at Renco Tool at 21 South Industrial and stole five custom made hunting knives with ironwood handles and the name “Ren Hensley” stamped on the blades. The thieves in this case also stole an RCA 15 inch LCD flat screen TV and DVD player and a CPQ 15 inch computer monitor.