Walking Pack

UNL Case# 21002806

A student had their backpack stolen from a restroom in Love Library.  This female is a suspect in the theft as she is seen walking away with it in surveillance video.   If you can identify this suspect, please contact UNLPD or Say It Here to leave a tip for Crime Stoppers.

Cards and a truck


On Sept 6th these two individuals were seen at Scheels on surveillance video.  They attempted to charge approximately $1,000 worth of merchandise on 3 different cards, but they were all denied as they were reported stolen.   They left in a 2004 Chevy Silverado  pickup that was also found to have been reported stolen.   The pickup was later recovered at NW 24th and W Q St, in a dead end road.   If you can identify these suspects, please contact LPD or Say It Here to leave a tip for Crime Stoppers.



LSO case #C1007276

Deputies are investigating multiple assaults which occurred at Roca Berry Farms during the evening of Saturday, 9/18/2021. Two victims were assaulted by multiple suspects resulting in non-life threatening injuries. Both victims were transported to a local hospital where they were treated and released for their injuries. Portions of the assaults were captured by persons present who then shared videos on various social media platforms. LSO is releasing a censored portion of video from one of the assaults in hopes of identifying the suspects responsible. 

The video is available here: Roca Berry Farm Assault C1007276
*** This video depicts a violent assault and may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. ***

Persons with information about the assaults or the suspects are encouraged to contact the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office at (402) 441-6500 or anonymously via Crimestoppers at (402) 475-3600.

Window Experience Necessary

Case # B9-118252     ‘Window Experience Necessary’

Occurred:   12-21-19

This silver car can be seen moving around the parking lot of a business near 27th/Pine Lake at 9 in the morning.  The driver can be seen looking in several car’s windows, but he finally stops at this 2019 Chevy Equinox.  As he walks next to the victim’s car he shattered the glass window and reportedly stole a wallet out of the vehicle.   He then leaves the lot in his silver car and is then seen at Walmart nearby where he uses stolen credit cards to buy hundreds of dollars in gift cards.  This male appears to have experience with this type of activity, based on the surveillance video.   If you have information on this case, please call LPD or Say it Here to contact Crime Stoppers.