Do you know this man? Secret Witness wants to know what you know
Authorities have released a photograph of a man and want to know the circumstances surrounding his involvement after a camera was stolen inside HQ bar at MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa on Nov. 27.
There’s $250 in it for you if there’s an arrest and conviction.
Douglas County Secret Witness is seeking anyone with information on the male subject in this picture who is wanted for questioning in connection with the camera theft that took place in the early morning hours on Nov. 27 in the casino.
The recovered camera contained the image of this man, unknown to the camera’s owner, holding a beer, according to a report from a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy.
The camera and the $400 personal digital assistant were stolen inside the bar. Casino security contacted the owner, telling him that his camera had been recovered from the bottom of the stairs in the hallway. The owner then checked the camera and noticed someone had taken a picture of a man holding a beer. It was not clear if the man in the image was the person who had stolen the camera and PDA. The photograph was downloaded and booked as evidence.
A reward of up to $250 is being offered to anyone with information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of the suspect(s). Your identity is not needed and you will remain anonymous.
Anyone with any information regarding this incident is urged to call Secret Witness at telephone number: 775-78-CRIME (782-7463), 775-586-7295, or Investigator Ron Elges at 775-586-7257.
Douglas County Secret Witness seeks any information on any criminal activity in the Douglas County area. Cash rewards are available for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction. total anonymity is assured. Payment will be made in any manner that the caller prefers. Anyone with information is urged to call (775) 78-CRIME (782-7463) or 775-586-7295.
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