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Longview Police locate stolen Christmas presents

Sarah Adams. Photo Source: Longview Police. Sarah Adams. Photo Source: Longview Police.
Racheal Bradley. Photo Source: Longview Police. Racheal Bradley. Photo Source: Longview Police.

Released by The Longview Police Department:

Longview Police have located some of the children's Christmas presents stolen from a storage facility on Jahan trail sometime between November 30 and December 7, 2011. The toys and electronics were among many that belonged to the Gregg County Child Welfare Board. Police continue to investigate the crime, and believe some may have been purchased by unsuspecting citizens.

Police have identified two alleged suspects, Racheal Bradley and Sarah Adams both of Longview, in the thefts. They have also identified 3800 Gilmer Road and 30 Dawn Circle #A as two addresses where the items were allegedly sold from.

Police encourage anyone who may have either purchased some of the items or received the possible stolen items as a gift, to contact Longview Police Detective Melissa Dobbs at 903-237-1168. If anyone has more information concerning this or any other crime, and they wish to remain anonymous, they can contact Gregg County Crimestoppers at 903-236-7867.

 


 

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