If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers or submit a Web Tip.  

Jefferson County Detectives Need to Identify a Suspect in the Fraudulent Use of a Debit Card (2018/02/08)

According to a report filed with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office a victim’s purse and its contents were stolen from her vehicle while it was parked in the 2400 block of Chestnut Ridge Lane on January 2, 2018.  The next day one of the victim’s stolen debit cards was used at a retail location on John Hawkins Parkway in the Hoover area.  Detectives with Jefferson County obtained surveillance images of a person they believe to be a suspect in the fraudulent use of the victim’s stolen cards at this location, as well as another on Lakeshore Parkway.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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BPD Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect (2018/02/07)

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD a robbery occurred February 3, 2018, approximately 10:15 AM, at a retail store in the 5300 block of Oporto Madrid Blvd.  BPD detectives obtained video surveillance images of a person they believe to be responsible and need to identify him.  He is described as a black male in his late 20’s with a short beard wearing a red beanie, black jacket, and dark pants.  According to report the suspect covered his face with a blue mask inside the store before the robbery.  Video surveillance images show it unmasked as he entered.  If you think you recognize his person, or know anything this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.


Jefferson County Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect (2018/02/01)

According to detectives with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office the pictured person is a suspect in a robbery occurring January 21, 2018, approximately 1 PM, in the 1000 block of Forestdale Blvd.  According to a report filed with Jefferson County the victim was entering a restaurant at this location when a white male described as tall and slender with tattoos on both arms followed her inside and grabbed her purse, jerked it from her arm, and then fled with it and the contents it contained.  Detectives obtained surveillance images picturing the suspect during this robbery.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.


Alabaster Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Identity Thefts (2018/01/25)

According to detectives with Alabaster PD the pictured person is a suspect in identity theft cases involving several victims.   Detectives believe this person has been to several branches of the same bank in the Birmingham area cashing checks in the names of these victims.  These areas include Five Points West, Fairfield, Tarrant, and Center Point.  If you think you recognize this suspect please contact Detective Randy Ray with Alabaster PD at 205-989-5330.  If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  Information you share with Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could lead to a cash reward.
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BPD Detectives Need to Identify Suspects in Theft from a Business Lot (2018/01/18)

According to detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured persons are suspects in a theft occurring January 3, 2018, in the 4100 block of Messer Airport Hwy.  The theft occurred in a business lot containing wireless service parts and equipment.  Detectives describe one suspect as 25-35 years of age, 5’7” to 5’10” tall, 160-190 lbs. with medium hair length.  The other suspect is described as 25-35 years of age, 5’7” tall, over 200 lbs., with long braided hair.  The pictured vehicle is described as an older model blue Crown Victoria missing a hub cap on the driver’s side rear tire.  If you recognize either of these suspects, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.


Midfield Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect (2018/01/17)

According to detectives with Midfield PD the pictured person is a suspect in the robbery of a Subway restaurant occurring in their jurisdiction on January 15, 2018, at approximately 8:30 PM.  According to a report filed with Midfield PD two black males were involved, both appearing to be in their early 20’s.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Tarrant Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Theft of Weapon (2018/01/12)

According to detectives with Tarrant PD the pictured person is a suspect in the theft of an AK rifle from Scott’s Pawn Shop occurring January 12, 2018, in the 1900 block of Pinson Valley Pkwy.  He is described as a male in his 20’s with a lot of tattoos.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card (2018/01/10)

According to detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured person is a suspect in the Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card occurring November 29, 2017, approximately 6:00 PM, at a Walmart in the Roebuck area.  According to a report filed with BPD, the victim’s credit card was stolen during a vehicle burglary occurring in the same area just before the fraudulent charge occurred.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Theft of a Cellphone (2018/01/10)

According to detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured person is a suspect in a theft occurring December 15, 2017, approximately 4:00 PM, at a pawn shop in the 2400 block of Green Springs Hwy.  According to a report filed with BPD the victim’s cell phone was stolen while he was preoccupied with a customer.  The suspect is described as a white male, 25-30 years of age, 145-150 lbs., long red beard, wearing white shoes, gray Adidas jacket, blue jeans, and camouflage ball cap.  According to report the suspect attempted to pawn a house vent, and was driving a white Camry with a greenish hood.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in a Theft (2018/01/09)

According to detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured person is a suspect in a theft occurring December 12, 2017, approximately 11:40 PM, at a Walmart in the 300 block of Palisades Drive.  According to a report filed with BPD the victim’s cash wallet was stolen from her purse while it was in her shopping cart.  Detectives believe the suspect is connected to the pictured vehicle, described as a black Nissan Altima.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.

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Jefferson County Detectives Need Information Regarding a Trafford Burglary (2018/01/08)

According to a report filed with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office a burglary occurred on December 23, 2017, approximately 4:45 AM, at the KMAXX in the 9200 block of East Commercial Avenue in Trafford, Al.  According to report workers were inside the locked business preparing for opening when they were confronted by a burglar that had apparently made forced entry.  The burglar is described as male, 5’10” to 6’ tall, wearing a backpack, dark colored pants, light colored hoodie, gloves, dark colored tennis shoes, ski mask over his face, and carrying a pry bar in his left hand.  According to report the burglar fled upon confronting the workers inside the store.  If you know anything about this burglary please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect may result in a cash reward.  


Calera Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Fraudulent Use of a Stolen Debit Card (2018/01/03)

Detectives with Calera PD believe the pictured person used a stolen debit card in Calera and Bessemer.  They advise he was a travelling as a passenger in an older model maroon van.  Detectives believe this suspect may frequent the Bessemer area.  If you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.



Homewood Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in a Robbery (2018/01/01)

According to detectives with Homewood PD the pictured person used a robbery victim’s credit card at a business on Pearson Avenue SW.  A report filed with Homewood PD indicates the victim was robbed at a hotel in the Homewood area on December 30, 2017, during which this card and other items of value were taken from him.  Detectives have reason to believe this suspect frequents the area where he used the stolen credit card.  If you recognize this suspect, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.

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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect (2017/12/20)

According to detectives with Birmingham PD the pictured person is a suspect in a robbery that occurred December 6, 2017, approximately 9 PM, in the 2800 block of 11th Avenue South.   The victim reported a 30-40 year old black male with short facial hair, between 5’9” and 6’ tall, 190-205 lbs., wearing a gray toboggan, black hoody, and dark clothing, robbed her at gunpoint of purse and contents while she was unloading her vehicle.   Detectives believe about 30 minutes after the robbery the pictured person attempted to use one of the victim’s stolen credit cards at a Citgo station in the 400 block of Azalea Way in the Roebuck area.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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UAB Detectives Looking for Information Regarding a Robbery (2017/12/15)

UAB Detectives are trying to identify the pictured person in connection to a robbery case.  The robbery occurred on December 13, 2017, at approximately 10:30 PM, in the 1900 block of 5th Avenue South.  Detectives believe this person grabbed a female and forcibly took her car keys when she was outside of her vehicle.  He attempted to start the vehicle, but was not successful. He is described as a black male in his 20’s, 6 feet tall, and thin.  He was wearing a black/blue nylon type jacket, black pants, and a baseball cap that was either all red or had a red bill.  If you know anything about this crime please call Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Jefferson County Detectives Looking for Information in a Robbery Case (2017/12/14)

According to a report filed with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office a robbery occurred at a Chevron in the 1300 block of Forestdale Blvd. on December 5, 2017, at approximately 4:31 AM.  According to the report the offender, described as a black male, was travelling in a red Honda Accord.  According to detectives, shortly after this robbery occurred a vehicle matching this description was found burning nearby on Forest Hills Drive.  This vehicle was reported to be stolen out of the Fairfield area on December 4, 2017.  Detectives obtained surveillance images of the offender, who appears to be wearing a Wallace State Community College Lady Lions hoodie, gripper gloves, and gray sweat pants with unusual stripes on both legs near the knee.  He also appears to be armed with a .22 caliber rifle with the stock cut off.  If you know anything about this crime please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.


Homewood Detectives Need to Identify a Robbery Suspect (2017/12/14)

According to detectives with Homewood PD, on December 10, 2017, at approximately 3:30 AM, the pictured person entered a pharmacy in Homewood and claiming to have a gun demanded money from a clerk.  Detectives advise the suspect then left in the pictured vehicle.  If you think you recognize this person, or know anything about this crime, please contact Sgt. Harris with Homewood PD at 205-332-6240.  If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  Information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham PD Detectives want to identify two Robbery suspects (2017/12/11)

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD on 11/27/2017, a robbery occurred at a business located in the 7600 block of 1st Ave. N. Video surveillance photos obtained by the Detectives show 2 black males entering the business. One of the males is wearing what appears to be blue jeans and wearing a hoodie with the number 89 on it along with other graphics. The other subject was wearing what appears to be a dark colored hoodie, and dark jeans. This subject is the one that presented what appears to be a silver colored pistol during the robbery. The subjects took a cell phone and cash, and then left the business. If you think you recognize the subjects, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777. You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. Thanks for looking, and please share!
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspect in Forged Checks (2017/12/11)

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Detectives with Birmingham PD believe the pictured person used a driver’s license and bank account information stolen from a vehicle parked in the 4100 block of 5th Ave South to cash several checks.  The checks were cashed at two separate banks located in Gardendale and McCalla. If you recognize this suspect, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777. You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.
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Birmingham Detectives Need to Identify Suspects in a Robbery (2017/12/07)

According to a report filed with Birmingham PD a robbery occurred at City Gear in the 1600 block of Montclair Rd on December 5, 2017, at approximately 7:30 PM.   Detectives obtained these surveillance images of two black males they believe to be connected to this crime.  According to report these suspects possibly left in a blue Nissan with tinted windows.  If you think you recognize either of these suspects, or know anything about this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777.  You remain anonymous, and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers leading to the charge and arrest of an identified suspect could result in a cash reward.


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