If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $2,500 and you can remain anonymous. 

B&E Motor Vehicle Suspects
March 24, 2020

Alamance County Sheriff’s Office

Breaking and entering Motor Vehicle

These two are suspects in a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle at Cedar Rock Park.  The driver is a male in the 20's.  The passenger is a female in the 20's that looks pregnant.   The suspect vehicle is a white vehicle with the license plate covered.

Can you identify?

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Armed Robbery
March 10, 2020

B.O.L.O. Be On The Lookout
Alamance County Sheriff's Office
March 10, 2020
Burlington, NC-
On Tuesday night at 11:10 p.m., the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of Armed Robbery at the Dollar General, 2649 Union Ridge Rd., Burlington, NC.
The employees reported two black males approached them as they attempted to leave the store for the night.
The males forced the employees back into the store at gunpoint. The complainants reported being forced to open all registers and the safe in which was on a timer.
The suspects took cash from the store, then forced the employees in a closet. There were no injuries.
It took the employee approximately 15 minutes to get out and call 9-1-1.
The suspects attempted to leave out the back door but could not. They instead ran out the front door.
A K9 was deployed but lost the track.
There is no known direction of driver or vehicle involved.
If anyone has information, please call Crime Stoppers at: 336-229-7100 or submit a tip on P3.

February 29, 2020

Alamance County Sheriff's Department

Be On The Lookout
Armed Robbery

On Saturday, February 29, 2020, at approximately 9:40 p.m., Alamance County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a report of Armed Robbery at Family Dollar 2113 N, NC-87, Elon, NC.
The suspect was described as a black male between 30 and 40 years of age. He was described as 5’8”- 5’-10” tall. He was reportedly armed with a handgun. He was dressed in dark clothing with a black article of clothing covering most of his face.
The suspect fled the scene on foot just moments before Patrol Deputies arrived. A K-9 responded and tracked the suspect, but was unable to locate him.

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Haw River B&E Motor Vehicles
February 24, 2020

On 02-08-2020 and 02-15-2020 Haw River Police Department had several Motor vehicle break-ins that occurred on Terrywood Ct. and the Henry Farms subdivision in Haw River.  Also, a white 2007 Ford F-150 truck was stolen from Terrywood Ct. during the same time frame and it was recovered a couple of days later.  The suspect vehicles are a burgundy SVV and the other was a white four-door vehicle. Click here to view a video of the suspects and the suspect vehicle. 


Contact the Haw River Police Department or Crimestoppers if you have any information that could aid in the cases.

See photo of the suspect in the stolen truck and the suspect vehicle from Henry Farms subdivision.

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Fraud Suspects
February 19, 2020

Burlington Police Department
Case: 2020-01494
On 02-19-2020 these two used a stolen credit card at the Walmart located at 3141 Garden Rd. Burlington, NC.
Can you identify these two?
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Armed Robbery
February 15, 2020

Burlington Police Department

Case Number: 2020-01346


On 02-15-2020 at 12:32 am. Officers responded to the Speedway located at 653 E. Webb Ave. in Burlington, NC reference to a robbery.  The clerk reported that an unknown male with a bandanna over his face and armed with a handgun robbed the store.  The suspect left with an undetermined amount of money on foot toward Tucker St. 


Description of the suspect: B/M, 18-20 years old, 5’9, 130 pounds, wearing a gray jacket with white sleeves, grey pullover, black jeans, and white tennis shoes.


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B&E Residence
February 07, 2020


On Friday, February 7, 2020, at approximately 2:20 p.m., the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a breaking and entering in-progress on Pagetown Rd. Burlington.

The victim arrived home and found a vehicle in her driveway. She described the vehicle as:

Silver in color Mercury sedan (2000-2010 approximate model year) with a dent under the driver headlight and peeling paint on the hood.
The homeowner observed two Hispanic males (20-30 yrs. old), one with a mustache, fleeing the home.
Alamance County Sheriff's Department

Hit and Run Haw River PD
February 04, 2020

Date: 02/05/2020

To: Media Contacts

From: Haw River Police Department

Incident: Hit and Run Property Damage

Contact Person: Asst. Chief S. Thomas

Phone Number: 336-578-4141


The Haw River Police Department is conducting an investigation of a hit and run involving property damage. This incident occurred on 02/04/2020 at approximately 1920 hours. The hit and run took place at Whistle Express located at 1001 West Main Street, Haw River.

This business is located near the city limits of Haw River and Burlington. The suspect vehicle should have damage to the passenger side rear quarter panel and rear door. The suspect vehicle is described as a Buick SUV possible a Rainier model. The vehicle was driven by a white female in her mid-40’s. Photos of suspect vehicle and driver are attached (see below).

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February 03, 2020

On 02/03/2020 at 1828 hours officers were dispatched to the area of Morgan Hill Terrace and Hazel Dr in reference to a shooting. While en route, officers were advised that the victim had driven to Ken's Quickie Mart (1309 Rauhut Dr). Upon arriving, officers located a vehicle occupied by Kevin Jesus Torres Ibarra (H/M, 20 years of age) in the parking lot.  Kevin Torres Ibarra was found to be suffering from multiple apparent gunshot wounds.


Kevin Torres Ibarra was treated on scene by Burlington Police and Fire units until Alamance County EMS arrived and transported him to Moses Cone.  Torres Ibarra is still undergoing treatment at Moses Cone and it is believed his condition is serious, but not life-threatening.


At this time it is believed the victim and the suspect knew each other and officers have no reason to believe that last week's homicide and this incident are related.  The Burlington Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is currently on scene and is continuing the investigation.


Burlington Police Department

Dollar General Robbery
January 28, 2020

Armed Robbery

On Tuesday night January 28, 2020, at 11:00 p.m., Alamance County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of Armed Robbery at Dollar General 2523 N.C. Highway 54 Graham, N.C., near NC 119 Highway.

The two suspects, who entered through the front door, were described as black males between 20 and 30 years of age. Both were described as less than 6 feet tall. On suspect wearing a black hoodie with white stripes on the sleeves and red ski mask. On the subject wearing all camo. They were reportedly both armed with handguns.

During the incident, the suspect in black clothing referred to the suspect in camo clothing as “Chris”. The suspects exited the rear door of the business. An undermined amount of cash was taken.
No direction of travel or vehicle is known.
There were no injuries


Alamance County Sheriff's Office

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Waffle House Robbery
January 22, 2020

Armed Robbery - Waffle House, 2701 Alamance Rd, Burlington, NC




On 01/22/2020 at 0300 hrs officers were dispatched to the Waffle House, 2701 Alamance Rd, in reference to a reported armed robbery.  Upon arrival, officers were advised that 3 suspects had entered the business brandishing firearms demanding money from the employees.  There were two employees and one customer in the business during the incident.  The suspects are described as follows:

  • B/F, 500-505 in height, med build, wearing a gray hoodie, black athletic pants with 3 red stripes down leg, unknown handgun.
  • B/M, 600-602 in height, thin build, wearing a red hoodie with a red horizontal stripe across shoulders, black athletic pants with wide white stripe down the leg, small black handgun.
  • B/M, 600, medium build, wearing a multi-colored hoodie, (green torso, purple arms, and yellow hood), white high top shoes, unknown handgun.

The suspects fled with an undetermined amount of property and believed to have traveled west via I40.  


There is no additional information at this time.  A vehicle description is unknown at this time. 

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