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Stolen Flags, Bath
This week Crime Stoppers needs your help to catch a thief. Sometime between 10 pm on Sunday, June 18th and 7:30 am on the following Monday morning someone cut down and took 4 flags, belonging to the Town of Bath, from the Bath bridge. The 2 North Carolina flags and 2 United States flags were hanging from flag poles on either side of the bridge across the channel of Bath Creek. If you have any information about this crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 974-6400 and remember at Crime Stoppers we only want your information not your name.
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John StoryJustin it was mason probably

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This week Crime Stoppers needs your help in locating 2 persons wanted on unrelated felony charges by the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office. 51-year-old Theresa Ann Reddick of Pantego is wanted for 3 counts of Exploitation of a Disabled Person and 3 counts of Obtaining Property by False Pretense. 38-year-old Maureen Lamont Harrell of Chocowinity, who goes by Lamont, is wanted for 1 count of Felony Larceny by Employee. If you know the whereabouts of Theresa Reddick or Lamont Harrell, please call Crime Stoppers at 974-6400. And remember at Crimes Stoppers we only want your information, not your name. ... See MoreSee Less

SOLVED! Break-ins in the River Rd. area, Washington
If you live or you know someone that lives in the River Rd. area, please share this video. This week Crime Stoppers needs your help to recover stolen property. Christopher George Mason, pictured here, was arrested by Beaufort County Investigators for several break-ins and larcenies. After those break-ins, Mason would sell the stolen property out of this van at the Poor Man’s Flea Market on Hwy 264 between Washington and Greenville. Mason made off with anything the average home owner would keep in his storage shed. Those items include fishing equipment, generators, air compressors, pressure washers, power tools and any type of lawn and garden equipment. If you purchased anything from Mason out of this van at the Flea Market or anywhere else, chances are you un-knowingly purchased stolen property and Investigators need your help in returning it to its rightful owner. Please call Crime Stoppers at 252-974-6400 or Beaufort County Sheriff’s Investigators at 252-946-7111.
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Jim KozI've seen him and this truck many times...has this been taken care of?

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Chad RoederGreat job Kelly Cox!!!

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Haide RamirezOh god I saw this van at the flea market. Very sad and scared to know that criminals walk among us.

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Mary Lou Cutler SheppardYea tks sheriffs dept

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Chasity Lauren PaulHmm he came in with a woman the other night at Walgreens at like 4am looking sketchy and mess

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Beaufort County Crime Stoppers at Cypress Landing Golf Club.

21st Annual Beaufort County Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament
This week Beaufort County Crime Stoppers would like to take this time to invite anyone interested to come out and participate in our 21st Annual Beaufort County Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament. This year the tournament will be held at the Cypress Landing Country Club on Tuesday, May 9th, in Chocowinity, NC. Registration will be from 11:30 am-12:30 pm and will tee off at 1:00pm. There will be tournament prizes, meal and beverages and award ceremony. Entry fees are 300 dollars per team. Beaufort County Crime Stoppers is for non-profit and relies on donations and fundraisers like this to keep Crime Stoppers going and able to reward citizens for helping solve crimes. Since 1997, Beaufort County Crime stoppers has paid out over $84,000 in reward money. If you have any questions please call the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office at 252-946-7111 or 252-974-6400. You can also pick up a Brochure at the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office or go to our Facebook page for more information. We hope to see you there….
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