• Indiana State Police Seeks Help from the Public

    July 30, 2010 No comments

    Clay County—Indiana State Police detectives from the Putnamville District are seeking
    helping from the public to solve a recent residential burglary involving one of their own.

    On Wednesday, July 28 between the hours of 1:00p.m. and 6:00p.m., the home of ISP Detective Sam
    Stearley was burglarized. The unknown suspect(s) stole several guns, assorted jewelry, and multiple ISP
    uniforms and issued gun belt. A badge and miscellaneous ISP insignias were left behind.

    Most recognizable to the public should be two blue semi-automatic handguns. A Glock, model 21, .45
    caliber, engraved with the ISP 75th year anniversary and a Beretta, model 96G, .40 caliber with the ISP
    shield engraved.

    The Stearley residence is located on CR 500E just south of Interstate 70 in east central Clay County.
    Troopers and detectives have canvassed the neighborhood and received some leads. However, detectives
    are still soliciting for additional information.

    Anyone with information concerning this burglary, please contact Indiana State Police Detective Tony
    Guinn at 1-800-225-8576 or Wabash Valley Crime Stoppers at 812-238 STOP.

    Persons in the Indianapolis Metro Area can call Marion County Crime Stoppers at (317) 262-TIPS or
    (800) 222-TIPS.

    As for Crime Stoppers, information can be reported anonymously and callers may be eligible for a cash
    reward of up to $1000.00.

    Direct any questions to Sergeant Joe Watts.

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