Can you imagine walking up to where you think your car is parked and having it NOT THERE? Stolen! There are about 800 car thefts every year in Maine. Our heroes at the Maine State Police need your help in finding a recently stolen vehicle. The silver Kia was stolen this past Saturday on Hancock Avenue in Hiram. Of course, now that we've put that in your brain, you're going to see HUNDREDS of silver Kia's when you drive around this week.
Police in Maine were in hot pursuit of the rider of this sweet ride over the weekend. It all started with a traffic stop by State Trooper Tyler Nadeau on Route 202 in Greene. The trooper had tried to stop some bikers who were driving aggressively. During the stop, Trooper Nadeau noticed that one of the bikes did not have a registration plate. That's when the rider, Devin Jeselskis of Lewiston. allegedly took off at high speed.
We have another case we need your help on. This one comes from our heroes at the Rochester Police Department. It seems there was a theft of fuel oil at the Rochester Country Club. There could be a cash reward if you can help solve this caper.
OK, amateur detectives, we need your help again in ID'ing an individual. This one is a real challenge. The mask is on. The photo is grainy. But the Auburn Police Department needs to find this person and we know someone out there can help! Maine is one big small town after all!
Can you help our heroes at the Rochester, New Hampshire Police Department? We have several cases that need your assistance finding several suspects. These days cameras are everywhere, so it's easy to see the people you're looking for. Now, we just need to identify them.
Westbrook Police need your help in an ongoing credit card investigation. Our heroes at the WPD posted this picture today. Can you help them? It looks like they are entering the Market Basket at Rock Row.
Conway, NH Police needs your help in finding thieves who have been stealing catalytic converters. Thieves steal catalytic converters because they contain precious metals, like platinum, that are valuable to metal dealers. A stolen converter may fetch a couple of hundred dollars. It costs up to $2,000 to replace a catalytic converter, so this is a big deal.