Muskego Police are asking the public for help in identifying suspects from a retail theft and eluding that happened on Saturday, 07-25-15 at approximately 9:00 – 9:30AM Walmart – W159 S6530 Moorland Road AND Jetz gas station – S69 W15461 Janesville Road
According to police, two males and one female entered Walmart, filled a cart with retail items and one male pushed the cart past the final point of sale without any attempt to pay. The items were loaded into the bed of a black in color, 2009-2014 Ford F-150 crew cab (4-door) truck. Only a rear registration plate was displayed and similar to 10731X / WI / Light Truck, no front registration plate was displayed. The vehicle had an open bed (no cargo covers or cap), chrome bumpers and chrome tube side steps, similar to running boards. The vehicle then proceeded to Jetz gas station, pumped $50.35 in fuel and left without paying. Vehicle was then spotted by a Muskego Police Officer, who attempted a traffic stop before the operator fled N/B on Moorland Road (CTH O) and then N/B on I-43.
– Suspect 1 (truck operator) – described as a white/male, possible medium-slightly darker skin complexion, approximately 30 years of age, weighing approximately 150-200 pounds, with a round head and face, wearing gloves and a yellow reflective safety shirt or vest, camouflage cut-off shorts, tan work boots.
– Suspect 2 (cart pusher) – described as a white/male, late 40s in age, weighing approximately 250-300 pounds, no facial hair, brown in color hair that was cut shorter, wearing a gray long-sleeved sweatshirt, tan cargo-type shorts that extended to his calves, black shoes.
– Suspect 3 – (accomplice) described as a white or possibly Hispanic/female, approximately 20-30 years of age, weighing approximately 150-180 pounds, long brown curly hair, wearing a gray mid-drift top without shoulders or sleeves, small white shorts. She had most of the left side of her left thigh and leg covered with very distinct tattoos.
– Suspect 4 – possibly a white/male, unknown further description – only seen on distant surveillance video.
This vehicle may be involved in numerous other retail thefts, gas drive-offs and a business burglary in other jurisdictions. The registration plate displayed during several of those incidents was FD4772 / WI / Light Truck.
If you can identify this vehicle or suspects, please contact either Sgt. Peter Lynkiewicz, email@example.com OR Officer Jim Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org, by e-mail or telephone Dispatch (262) 679-4130