Police searching for man connected to hit and run Target theft suspects WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Local NewsCrime OPD investigating Target thefts Facebook Hawaiian Roll Ham SlidersSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay The Odessa Police Department is searching for four unidentified suspects involved in three different thefts from Target.The three thefts occurred between March 31 and April 8 at Target, 3909 E. 42nd St.The first theft reported involved two women who concealed around $1,830 worth of merchandise and left the store making no attempt to pay, an OPD news release stated.Police are searching for a male suspect involved in a second theft who cut the locking pegs off of merchandise with a knife, hid around $225 worth of merchandise inside his pants and left without paying, the release detailed.The third case involved a woman who used a fraudulent check to pay for around $128 worth of merchandise, the release stated. When asked for identification, the suspect argued with the employee and ran out of the store with the unpaid merchandise.Photos of the suspects can be found at odessapd.com or on OPD’s Facebook page.Anyone with information regarding the identities of any of the four suspects can call Detective R. Celaya at 432-335-4937 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS. Pinterest Home Local News Crime OPD investigating Target thefts Pinterest Facebook Previous articleOPD, ECSO receive $85,000 each from Bustin for BadgesNext articlePolice searching for JCPenney theft suspect admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By admin – May 22, 2018 Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Twitter Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death
University of GeorgiaFor the growing number of people who raise goats in theSoutheast, the eighth annual Goat-a-Rama will be an excitingevent near Tennille, Ga., April 3.The event will offer demonstrations on goat care, farm safety andcooking, along with a youth show-goat clinic, a trade show andsix educational seminars. Spaces will be provided, for a smallfee, for private-treaty goat sales.A “smart drenching” lecture and Famancha worm-identificationworkshop will be offered for a $30 fee. Preregistration isrequired.The Goat-a-Rama will be at the Washington County Farm Bureau AgCenter at 882 Grady Mertz Road southeast of Tennille. Admissionis free, and door prizes will be given. Lunch, including goatmeat, will be available at the Ag Center kitchen.For more information, or to sign up for the workshop, contact theWashington County Extension Service at (478) 552-2011([email protected]). Or visit the Web site at goat-a-rama.com.