The Mohave County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspected who burglarized the Beaver Dam Station early Tuesday morning. Anyone with possible information can reach the Mohave Sheriff's Office at 800-522-4312 or leave an anonymous tip via the Silent Witness hotline at 888-227-8780, Beaver Dam, Arizona, Feb. 28, 2017 | Photo courtesy of the Mohave County Sheriff's Office, St. George News
BEAVER DAM. Ariz. – The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an early-morning business burglary and has asked for the public’s help in tracking down a suspect.
Beaver Dam Station, located at 401 Highway 91, was burglarized early Tuesday morning, according to a press release from the Sheriff’s Office.
“The suspect left with an undisclosed amount of cash and a couple rolls of lottery tickets from a safe,” the Sheriff’s Office said.
The suspect may have also fled south into Nevada or north into Utah.
A suspect in the burglary, who covered most of his or her face with a hat and bandana, was caught on surveillance footage. The Sheriff’s Office has released a photo from the footage and is asking anyone who may recognize the individual to contact them.
Anyone with possible information can reach the Mohave Sheriff’s Office at 800-522-4312 or leave an anonymous tip via the Silent Witness hotline at 888-227-8780.
Ed note: The Beaver Dam Station is one half of Beaver Dam Station and Bar. The bar potion of the business is next to the station at 411 Highway 91 in Beaver Dam.
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Mori Kessler serves as a Senior Reporter for St. George News, having previously contributed as a writer and Interim Editor in 2011-12, and an assistant editor from 2012 to mid-2014. He began writing news as a freelancer in 2009 for Today in Dixie, and joined the writing staff of St. George News in mid-2010. He enjoys photography and won an award for photojournalism from the Society of Professional Journalists for a 2018 photo of a bee inspector removing ferals bees from a Washington City home. He is also a shameless nerd and has a bad sense of direction.