Maple Creek Farm Car Break-in with Armed Subject
Overnight, at least seven parked vehicles were broken into in the Maple Creek Farm Community located near Woodson Lateral Road in East End. The subjects responsible are known to be armed and should considered very dangerous. Criminal Investigation Division (CID) detectives from the Saline County Sheriff’s Office believe there is a group of four subjects responsible for these break-ins.
In addition to the break-ins, one vehicle was stolen overnight in the area of the Maple Creek Farm Community. That vehicle is a black, 2 door, Chevrolet Camaro with silver racing stripes. The vehicle has an Arkansas Razorback license plate of UA NIN.
CID detectives recovered a surveillance tape which was time-stamped at 1:24 am. That video shows four subjects approach a dark colored pick-up truck from Acacia Road. The pick-up truck was parked on Silver Maple Road.
In that video, two subjects are seen approaching the pick-up truck. One subject approached from the passenger’s side while the other approached from the driver’s side. The subject that approached the vehicle on the driver’s side is seen to have a handgun in his left hand. That subject used his shirt to open the driver’s side door. The video does not show which direction the subjects fled.
The subject that approached the driver’s side door appears to a male, approximately 6’, 225 lbs, dark hair cut above the ears, long pants, light colored tee-shirt and dark shoes.
CID detectives are working with Little Rock Police Department CID to determine if robberies which occurred overnight could possibly be related to the four individuals seen in the video.
The Saline County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in identifying these subjects. If any citizen has information about the events which occurred overnight, they are asked to contact the Saline County Sheriff’s Office Crime Tip Hotline at 501-303-5744 or call 9-1-1.
Sheriff Rodney Wright urges citizens not to take action if they encounter these subjects but to immediately call 9-1-1 and always lock their vehicles when unattended.