Have you Seen these People in the Tri-Cities? If so, Contact the Police
The Richland Police Department needs your help.
Have you seen these people in the Tri-Cities? The Richland Police Department is looking to identify these folks who are of interest to the department. The Richland Department says that the people listed below are being sought for their roles in alleged crimes.
The department says they are looking to identify this woman, who they say is a suspect in an alleged vehicle theft and fraud case. If you have any information, you are asked to call the Richland Police non-emergency line and reference Case # 23-046593. The non-emergency line is: (509) 628-0333
Case # 23-046593 - The alleged car theft and fraud case.
According to police, the next person allegedly stole a welder, but the department days he was unsuccessful in doing so. If you have any information on the alleged welder thief, you are asked to call the Richland Police non-emergency line and reference Case # 23-046573. The non-emergency line is: (509) 628-0333
Case # 23-046573 - The alleged stolen welder case.
If you can help, contact Richland Police.
Can you help the Richland Police Department ID these people?
If so, or if you have any information, please call the Richland Police non-emergency line at (509) 628-0333 and reference the associated case number.
Speaking of people wanted by Tri-Cities Law Enforcement agencies.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is still looking for an inmate who they say escaped the Franklin County Corrections Center earlier this month.
According to a press release, Deputies are reporting that 33-year-old Michael Nelson, an inmate at the Franklin County Corrections Center, is wanted after he violated the terms of his furlough. Nelson was granted a furlough by a judge with an order to return on November 2, 2023.
More on that story can be found at 610kona.com