Catch-a-Crook

CATCH-A-CROOK UPDATE: Deputies ID woman suspected in Springfield burglary


Crime Stoppers: Police search for fugitive from Greene County


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help ID a man wanted for questioning in a Springfield theft case


CATCH-A-CROOK: Deputies search for Greene County mail thief


CATCH-A-CROOK: Man caught stealing could be tied to 21 Greene County burglaries


CATCH-A-CROOK: Have you seen this Bois D'Arc burglar?


CATCH-A-CROOK: Couple wanted for questioning in Springfield theft


CATCH-A-CROOK: Greene County sheriff asks for help locating credit card thief, fugitive


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help find a woman charged in a Greene County knife attack


CATCH-A-CROOK: Do you recognize this Willard porch pirate?


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help ID 2 men who stole from Greene County vehicles


CATCH-A-CROOK: Do you recognize this Springfield thief?


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help ID 3 women suspected in Greene County car break-ins


CATCH A CROOK: Help ID a couple accused in a Strafford theft


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help Greene County detectives ID this man


CATCH-A-CROOK: Springfield car break-ins tied to man caught on video


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help stop a car theft ring in Greene County


CATCH-A-CROOK: Help solve a Springfield father's murder


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