Tag: surveillance footage

Harlingen Police Searching for Vehicle Burglar

Harlingen (KFXv) — Police in Harlingen are also asking for the public’s help locating a male suspect who broke into several vehicles. According to the department, officers responded to a burglary of a vehicle today, on Poinciana Street. Law enforcement by investigating surveillance footage discovered 19 vehicles were broken into by a man wearing a hooded shirt. If you have any information on these thefts, call Harlingen Crime Stoppers at (956) 425-TIPS (8477). Authorities remind the public to locking all car windows and doors, park in well-lit areas, and hide all items left...

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Police Seek Public’s Help for Info in Nahomi Rodriguez’s Death

RGV (KFXV) — Cameron County investigators, are urging the public to come forward with any information about Nahomi Rodriguez’s disappearance last year. According to authorities, they’ve obtained very little information from the surveillance footage.  In the footage, Nahomi is last seen speaking to an unidentified male driver of a two-toned SUV on July 17th of last year. Over the weekend,police notified her family that her remains were found in a rural part of Rio Hondo Thursday afternoon. If you have any information, call Harlingen Crime Stoppers at (956) 425-TIPS (8447). All information remains...

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Suspects Caught on Dramatic Surveillance Footage

Alamo (KFXV) — Police released the surveillance video in hopes of identifying the masked suspect. Screams are heard as an armed man enters Maldonado Drive Thru in rural Alamo. The assailant is seen pushing one of the women into the cash register, demanding money, all while still holding a firearm. However, after cooperating with the suspect, the man fled on foot. As seen on the surveillance video, the man was wearing a black mask, black hooded sweater, camouflage pants and had socks on his hands. If you have any information that could help police identify this man, you are...

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Social Media Helps Find Criminals

Hidalgo County (KFXV) — In recent weeks, the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office has used social media to track down several auto theft suspects. In recent weeks, the Sheriff’s department has been posting more and more images of persons of interest in auto theft investigations, they say the use of social media has helped solve many cases. July 27, a black Chevy Silverado is stolen from rural Mission. Four days later in Sullivan a 2012 Chevy Silverado is taken. Thieves target rural Mission again on August 5th, police release these photos in hopes of identifying two men. Local businesses, have...

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2 US swimmers leave Rio after robbery scandal; 3rd pays fine

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Two American Olympic swimmers were on their way home Friday after being pulled off a plane a day earlier to testify about an alleged robbery at the Rio Olympics that Brazilian police said was made up. The lawyer for a third U.S. swimmer said he would make a $10,800 payment and leave Brazil later in the day. The drama surrounding the alleged robbery of American swimmers — and their ever-changing descriptions of it — has shocked and deeply angered Brazilians, who said it cast a false negative shadow on their city and their Olympics...

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