Information Release Date: April 13, 2020
Speak to: Grand Canyon Office of Communications, 928-638-7779
The National Park Assistance is requesting public help to recognize a person particular person considered to have been in the vicinity of Yaki picnic area, exactly where a theft transpired involving 5 motor vehicles, on March 2, 2020, between the hours of 2-3 p.m.
The break-ins happened at the Yaki picnic area located alongside Highway 64, recognised as East Rim Push, in Grand Canyon Nationwide Park. For the duration of this incident, a compact blunt object was used to crack home windows of cars and items have been stolen from within the passenger compartments.
The particular person of interest was recorded on a video clip digicam in Flagstaff, Arizona soon in advance of 5 p.m. on March 2, using one particular of the stolen debit cards. The man or woman of curiosity is described as a black male explained as close to 20-30 yrs outdated and was previous found donning a black ‘Champion’ sweatshirt.
If you understand the man or woman in the image, or if you have info that could assist this investigation, keep protected and convey to us about it. You don’t have to inform us who you are, but you should tell us what you know:
Get in touch with or Text 888-653-0009
On the internet type www.nps.gov/ISB > click on “Submit a Tip”
Electronic mail [email protected]
Emergency dial 9-1-1
ISB: the Investigative Providers Department of the Nationwide Park Provider
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