Police seek help in thefts
On July 21, a Basehor police officer witnessed four men dressed in black rummaging through a vehicle in the Crestwood addition in Basehor. The officer was unsuccessful in catching the suspects on foot.
One of the men was approximately 5'10" and 150 pounds. One of the suspects was wearing black shorts just past the knee and a black short-sleeved shirt with a red design on the front.
Basehor Police Chief Terry W. Horner said the Basehor Police Department is having concerns with thefts from vehicles during the evening hours in Basehor.
"The suspects are not actually breaking and entering the vehicles, but usually choosing vehicles that are not locked," Horner said. "We want the public to be aware that is might be a good time to start securing their vehicles."
Horner said the department is really looking to the public to help solve this case. If citizens see any suspicious activity at night, they are asked to call the police at 724-1313.
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