Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Help Find Hatchback And Suspect Involved In Death Of Clint's Comic Book Owner

Description of the car is better than that of the suspect:

"Initially witnesses described the suspect as a black male, but other witnesses described seeing a white male. Police believe the car is a white 2003-2006 Suzuki Aerio SX Hatchback . . ."

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Police seek white hatchback involved in robbery, death of Kansas City comic book store owner

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police want the public's help to find the white car, a Suzuki Aerio Hatchback, that they say hit Jim Cavanaugh, 67, a local comic book fixture, who then died from his injuries Friday as he tried to stop a robber at his comic book store.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Another one for the KCPD cold case file.

Anonymous said...

If there were only some kind of a phone number that you could call during an emergency, and they would pick up right away and dispatch some sort of assistance to you. What a wonderful world it would be… Oh well, not in Kansas City…but at least we have a tiny toy train that goes nowhere!

Anonymous said...

Anybody @KCPD consider running the plates?

Anonymous said...

I thought Balonzo was on the case since he was a dear friend. With his detective skills and tips database we shouldn't even be speaking about this anymore.

I guess that dumb fuck doesn't know what he's doing either.

Anonymous said...

I guess you missed the part about the plates being not on file in DOR.

Anonymous said...

Bet Bolonzo can find it.

Anonymous said...

So the plates were made out of paper mache? 9:04 that doesn't happen fool

Anonymous said...

Plates not of file can still be traced. Perhaps KCPD is too busy.

Anonymous said...

Time for a militia to do what cops have not the balls for...save Westport and the Plaza!