Florence Police ask for public’s help to identify suspected car thief

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Car theft suspect

FLORENCE, Ala. – Police are searching for a car thief. They caught the suspect on camera, and now they’re asking for help identifying him.

101316-sacs-10pm-pkg2It might be difficult to get this close to a camera and not be identified. Florence Police said the man in the red t-shirt is suspected in a vehicle theft case.

Investigators said he stole the vehicle in the area of Patton Street, and took off.

A resident familiar with the stolen vehicle followed the man into Killen, where he parked and ran.

Even though they recovered the vehicle, police said this man will face some charges.

murray-crimestoppers-mugElsewhere, Russellville Police have an arrest warrant for Jeremy Wayne Murray. A grand jury handed down an indictment for theft of property.

nesmith-crimestoppers-mugCecil Grant Nesmith Jr. is wanted by Russellville Police on grand jury indictments for domestic violence by strangulation or suffocation and domestic violence.

perrigin-crimestoppers-mugLast on the list is Angela Michelle Perrigin. Russellville Police are holding grand jury indictments for possession of a forged instrument and theft of property.

Help authorities track down these individuals. Give an anonymous call or text to the tip line right now to collect on available reward money.

The tip line is now open at (256) 386-8685. You can also text your tip to 274637 (CRIMES), in the message type “tip1293” and your information.