High Country Crime Stoppers and Boone Police seek the public’s assistance in solving the following crime:
On Saturday, March 9th, 2019, Boone Police responded to 191 Cecil Miller Road, Apartment 203 in reference to a Breaking and Entering. The victim reported that sometime between the hours of 10am and 11:30pm, someone entered his unsecured, unoccupied apartment and stole several items. The following is a list of those items:
A pair of Paul George basketball shoes, Kobe Bryant basketball shoes, Allen Iverson basketball shoes, Jordan slippers, a pair of Nike running shoes, a pair of Timberland Boots, and possibly 2 pairs of Vans
Several random items of clothing to include various jerseys
A 17 inch flat screen TV (unknown make, model, or serial number)
A white and beige Ugg brand comforter
A silver Macbook Pro covered in different brewery stickers, a gold “jump man” Jordan logo sticker and an Appalachian State sticker
A gray North Face book bag with green trim containing an exercise physiology text book and blue TI 84 calculator with a name inscribed on the back in black Sharpie marker.
Anyone with information on this crime or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 828-268-6959 / 828-737-0125 or the Boone Police Department at 828-268-6900. You may also submit a Crime Stoppers Tip via our website at https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtips.aspx?AgencyID=1251 or Text “NCTIP plus your tip” to 274637 (CRIMES). All information will be kept confidential.
High Country Crime Stoppers pays rewards for information, which leads to arrests; recovery of stolen property; seizure of drugs and the location of wanted persons.
High Country Crime Stoppers is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization operated by a volunteer community board of directors serving Avery and Watauga Counties. High Country Crime Stoppers encourages the reporting of information or leads which can assist law enforcement with solving crimes. Its goal is to help in the fight against crime, but it is not part of the local police departments or sheriff’s offices. Each County has a law enforcement coordinator who participates as an advisor to the board but is a non-voting member. The citizen’s board is responsible for operations of the program, fund raising, public relations, and approval of rewards.