Athens County Crime Solvers October Crimes Of The Month

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Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous officials are asking for the public's help.

Several crimes are still unsolved as the month of October approaches.

Police say the suspect(s) broke a window to the auto shop to gain entry and stole the keys to a black 1995 Dodge Ram.

They then drove off with the vehicle; the vehicle and the suspects have still not been found.

Nelsonville Police are requesting information regarding a bank robbery on September 20 at Citizens Bank located on September Street.

Police are looking for a white male described to have short brown hair and a goatee.

This man entered the bank with a gun and ordered the teller to give him a large sum of money, ran off after receiving the money.

Police are also asking for help in solving an aggravated burglary incident that took place at the Sunset Motel on Columbus Road in the early morning hours of September 24.

Athens City Police Officials say that they are looking for two white males.

One male is believed to be between the age of 23 and 30 he is approximately 5' 7" and around 180 pounds, he also has a light brown crew cut and a goatee. 

The second suspect is between close to 6 feet tall and around 180 pounds.

The two armed suspects forcibly entered the motel room and ordered the victim into the bathroom.

They then bound the victim's hands and feet while they ransacked the room and stole several items.

Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a break-in at the home of an 81-year-old female in Coolville that occurred in the late night hours of January 23.

The home owner called the sheriff's office the following day and reported that someone had entered her home and had beaten her before running off with items from the home.

When police arrived at the home the woman had cuts on her shoulder and her face.

The Athens Police Department is looking for another breaking and entering case that occurred at Little Caesars Pizza on East State Street.

The incident happend in the morning on August 24.

Police say unknown person(s) forced the door open to gain entrance into the building.

Once in the buliding, the suspects forced a safe open and stole the money inside.

Another breaking and entering case also remains unsolved.

This crime occurred at Riley Auto Sales on US Route 33 between August 4 and August 6.

The Ohio University Police Department is asking for any information regarding a vandalism that occured on the morning of July 20.

Police say the person(s) damaged 10 light poles along the bike path between Stimson Ave. and Richland Ave.

The cost to replace these light poles is estimated to be around $10,000.

The Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous is offering a $2,000 cash reward for any information regarding these two crimes.

If you have any information you can call (740) 594-3331.