Surveillance cameras captured video on Dec. 4 of a man using a crowbar to pry open locked tool boxes on four vehicles in a PG&E storage yard near Maple and Belmont avenues. If you have information, please call Crime Stoppers at 559-498-7867.
They lifted a woman's purse from the back of a restaurant chair, took things out of it, then replaced it without the patrons knowing. Do you know these suspects? The full video posted by the Fresno Police Department is available on Facebook at @FresnoPoliceDepartment.
The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a welfare check near Colonial and Sample avenues about 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 11, 2017 and found two dead people in the home. Investigators later determined a woman and her mother were victims of homicide.
Warning: graphic content. A security video shows (at the top of the frame) a Fresno tour bus striking and killing Cindy Alias, 40, in March 2015. A Fresno County jury has ordered the bus' company to pay $1 million to the woman's children.
Trucks remove the mangled remains of two cars involved in a suspected DUI crash early Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017 in southeast Fresno that killed a Fresno Bee carrier and his wife. Police said the suspect, who was hospitalized with injuries, will be charged with DUI and manslaughter.
Clovis police say a surveillance video shows two men stealing bottles of vitamins from Sprouts Farmers Market in Clovis. If you know who these men are, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 559-498-STOP. Share and spread the word.
The Fresno Police Department posted this video to its Facebook page Thursday showing a burglary in progress at the Home Depot on 4864 E Kings Canyon Rd. on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, 2017. The police department is requesting assistance in identifying the suspect.
This video shows a suspect and suspect vehicle possibly involved in a burglary at a home in the area of Armstrong and California avenues on Nov. 28, 2017 at approximately 1:30 p.m. Multiple firearms were stolen during the burglary.
It's just takes five seconds to lose everything. "Thieves are going to take it all ... with no heart," says former smash-and-grab thief. He and the Fresno Police Department offer these tips to keep your car's contents safe during this holiday season.