LUFKIN — Lufkin Police Department investigators need your help identifying the suspects shown in the picture and video above.
Over the night of July 29, 2011, unidentified suspects burglarized a Toyota Camry parked outside its owner’s residence on Humason Avenue in Lufkin. Once inside the vehicle, the suspects stole coins from the vehicle’s console and the owner’s checkbook.
During the ten days following the burglary, the suspects shown here went to Lufkin-area businesses and fraudulently passed at least nine of the stolen checks.
Security cameras at the businesses captured these images of the suspects as they passed several of the checks. As theses video clips and images show, two of the forgers are black males and, while traveling to and from the businesses on different dates, the suspects were passengers in vehicles that appear to be a white Ford Taurus, a dark-colored Ford Explorer, and a white Oldsmobile 88.
At a minimum, the suspects captured on video were involved in the fraudulent passing of checks on the victim’s bank account but they and others may have been involved in additional forgeries and the burglary of the victim’s vehicle.
If you can identify these suspects or provide any information concerning the forgeries or the vehicle burglary, call Crime Stoppers of Lufkin at (936) 639-TIPS or click here to submit an anonymous tip .
You never have to give your name and Crime Stoppers may pay a cash reward of up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest related to these crimes.