Authorities seek information on theft

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The Fulton County Crime Stopper program is seeking help in solving the following crimes:

Authorities are investigating a theft at 8787 County Road 14, Wauseon. On July 16, 2015, the business had been entered and two pistols were taken. Both pistols were Kimber Ultra Carry II semi-automatic with serial numbers KU233162 and Ku232625. The total value of these pistols are $2,400.

Also, authorities are investigating two break-ins at Main Stop, 17980 US 20, Fayette. On July 25, 2015, the business was entered by cutting through walls. The burglar(s) disabled the alarm and surveillance camera, Money and payroll checks were taken from the store safe and cash registers, along with cigarettes and chewing tobacco. Then on July 26, a stone was thrown through the front door and burglar(s) stole cigarettes. Total value of these items from both events is $9,929.78.

If you have any information concerning these crimes that could lead to the arrest and incarceration of the individuals involved, please contact the Fulton County Crime Stopper hot line. Any one with information about these or any other felony will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 cash. Each call is confidential and held anonymous. The number to call day or night is 1-800-255-1122.

A reminder – If you see a suspicious vehicle in your neighborhood, please write down a description, license number and time of day. This could be the tip law enforcement is looking for if a crime occurs in your area.

Reward Paid

The trustees of the Fulton County Crime Stopper program have authorized a reward of $500 to be paid to an individual for the information regarding an alleged murder. The individual gave authorities a description of the location in which to find Romauldo Cordoba Jr. That information led to an indictment being filed against Cordoba of Archbold for murder and domestic violence.

The trustees commend this person for their brave actions and are pleased to recognize their efforts. Community involvement does make a difference in the fight against crime.

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