Most Wanted in Las Vegas for week of July 1

Police in the Las Vegas area are asking for the public's help in locating the following individuals. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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On July 6, a man entered a business at the 4000 block of Blue Diamond Road, near Dean Martin Drive. He presented a threatening note demanding money to a victim. The victim ducked down out of fear and the man ran without obtaining money.

Police say the man is 5 feet 7 inches tall, has a medium build, light facial hair, and was last seen wearing a dark colored ball cap, dark glasses, light blue long sleeved button down shirt, dark pants, and black Nike shoes.

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UPDATE: This suspect has been located and taken into custody by Las Vegas police on July 7. READ MORE.

ORIGINAL STORY: Las Vegas police are seeking a man in his 20s wanted in the attempted sexual assault of a 15-year-old in the 6500 block of East Lake Mead Boulevard, near Hollywood Boulevard in the early morning hours of July 6. 

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Henderson Police are seeking the public’s assistance with an ongoing auto burglary investigation that occurred this month in the 100 block of Carnegie Street, near Paseo Verde Parkway. On July 1 at about 2:05 p.m., Henderson Police responded to the report of a theft from a motor vehicle in a commercial center. Preliminary investigation determined that the suspects had committed the auto burglary by breaking a passenger window while the victim was in the gym. The victim began to receive fraud alert text messages indicating their bank cards were being unlawfully used. It was learned that various property belonging to the victim was stolen out of their car to include the victim’s bank cards. Further investigation revealed the stolen bank cards were used at several retail stores and video surveillance showed two women and one man attempting to purchase items at different locations.

The three were seen entering what appears to be a newer dark gray colored Chevrolet Impala with paper plates. The same vehicle was seen on video surveillance in the initial commercial center going up and down the parking area and the man involved was seen checking several vehicles during the same time frame when the auto burglary occurred.

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Two men took part in a commercial robbery in the early part of March of 2018. Las Vegas police did not specify the location or date.

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