If You Observe These Suspicious Activities, Call The Police

Suspicious Activity Concerning Persons

 Circumstances  Possible Crime
 Going door to door in a residential area, especially if one or more persons goes to rear of residence.  Possible burglary suspects or trespassers.
Waiting or loitering in front of a house or business, if business is closed or unoccupied. Possible burglary suspects.
Forcing entrance or entering you neighbor’s house, when it is unoccupied Possible burglary, theft, or trespassing.
Person running, especially if something of value is being carried. Possible suspect fleeing the scene of a crime.
Person carrying property that is not wrapped, at an unusual hour. Possible suspect fleeing the scene of a burglary or robbery.
Pedestrian traffic to and from a certain residence and occurs on a regular basis. Possible drug house or stolen property being sold for drugs.
Person screaming. Possible assault taking place.
Person loitering around cars or going car to car peering into the cars. Possible car thief.
Persons offering items for sale at low prices. Possibly selling stolen property.
Persons loitering around schools, parks, or secluded areas. Possible sex offenders or drug dealers.
Strangers loitering or driving Possible burglar suspects or vandals.

Suspicious Activity Concerning Vehicles

 Circumstances  Possible Crime
Slow moving vehicle, with out lights at night, around schools, residential streets, or playgrounds. Possible drug dealer, sex offender, or burglar.
Parked or occupied vehicle containing one or more persons, especially significant if observed at an unusual hour. Possible lookouts for a burglary or robbery.
Vehicles being loaded with valuables if parked by a closed business or unoccupied residence. Possible burglary or theft in progress.
Abandoned vehicle in your block. Possible stolen car.
Vehicle containing weapons. Owner may engage in illegal activity.
Vehicle where someone is being forced into it, especially females or juveniles. Possible assault, kidnapping, attempted rape or child sex offender.
Vehicle where a business transaction is being conducted, around schools or parks. Possibly selling stolen items or drugs.
Locked vehicle that someone is attempting to forcibly enter, especially in a parking lot. Possible theft of a car or its contents.
Objects thrown from a vehicle. Possible disposal of contraband.
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