Dare Community Crime Line is a vital bridge between the Dare County community of citizens and law enforcement officials. We actively facilitate neighborhood safety and security by providing an anonymous, safe way to report suspected crimes and by financially rewarding those tips that lead to an actual arrest.


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DARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE:


Larceny: The Dare County Sheriff’s Office is trying to identify the person in this video. On April 7, 2018 she was seen taking a comforter from the Coastal Cottage Outfitter shop in Frisco without paying for it. She was seen getting into a silver Chevy Avalanche with possible Virginia registration.

 

 

 

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KILL DEVIL HILLS:


 

Boat Larceny: Kill Devil Hills Police are investigating the theft of a 17-foot Carolina Skiff Classic and Magic Tilt boat trailer from a residence in the 3100 block of Bay Drive. The boat and trailer were taken during the evening hours of April 25th.  The Carolina skiff had a 75 HP Yamaha motor and a white awning. The boat and trailer were recovered in Wanchese but the motor is still missing. Police are seeking information to identify suspects in the case.

 

Vehicle B&E and Tool Larceny: Kill Devil Hills Police are investigating the theft of construction tools from a work vehicle parked in the 1800 block of Creek Street. Over $1,000 in tools were taken during the night on April 9th including a Dewalt skill saw, Dewalt sawsall and Dewalt impact wrench. Case number 18410-02, contact Det. Jody Lewis.

Vehicle B&E’s and Stolen Firearm
March 20, 2018

A number of vehicles in the area of Ketch Lane and Landing Drive in Kill Devil Hills were broken into over the weekend of March 17th. The stolen items included money, wallets and a black Ruger LCP .380 pistol. (Stock photo of a similar weapon). 

 

Breaking and Entering
March 20, 2018

Kill Devil Hills Police are investigating a break in at a residence in the 2000 block of South Virginia Dare Trail. In the morning hours of March 8th, the homeowner was awakened to the sounds of someone moving around in the residence. A white female with long brown hair and operating a silver passenger vehicle reportedly fled from the residence.

 

Predatory scammers continue to victimize residents in Kill Devil Hills. Recently an elderly resident was cheated out of $8,500 for computer repairs. The following details are provided to assist you in recognizing this particular scam but keep in mind scammers use a variety of plots to rob you.

The victim was having computer problems and searched for technical support specialists online. She came across a site for “Geeks America” and reached out to them. Repair costs continued to mount for her problems and she was asked to pay for the support services by purchasing “Google Play” cards and providing the card numbers to Geeks America. After paying for the “repairs” she was offered a “lifetime plan” for tech support for $800. The scammers also sent the victim a peer to peer (P2P) link in order to “fix” her computer. They were then able to access her bank accounts and steal more money.

This is not the first tech support scam reported to Kill Devil Hills PD and there have been others in Dare County with losses in the thousands of dollars. Legitimate online services will never ask for payment with Green Dot, Google Play or other prepaid cards and should provide you with an upfront cost that will not continue to fluctuate.

If you are a cashier at a local business and notice a customer returning on multiple occasions to buy prepaid cards, you might want to have a talk with them. If nothing else, you can always call the police to investigate a suspicious condition. Help look after each other and beat the scammers at their game.

 

NAGS HEAD:


 

Larceny: Nags Head Police are investigating the theft of boat parts by three suspects operating a four door sedan with North Carolina tags. The suspects were reported entering boats stored at residence and removing batteries and possibly other items.

 

Breaking and Entering: On March 26, 2018 at 9:30 p.m. in the 2400 block of South Virginia Dare Trail, a white male in his 50’s, driving a black mid-size SUV, broke into a storage area under a home, stealing bicycles, fishing rods and reels,  leaf blower, and a lawn trimmer. If any information is known about this subject please contact Det. Mann with the Nags Head Police Department at 252-441-6386.

 

 

“Baby Doe”   – Cold Case                                                 Case # 040491-0016

On April 4, 1991 at 10:00 AM Nags Head Officers were dispatched to the 8600 block of East Tides Drive in reference to a deceased infant in the trash can rack. When officers responded, the found the mummified body of an infant. An autopsy revealed the infant was Caucasian with blond hair. The infant was approximately 5-7 pounds at birth and 18-19 inches in length. The sex is unknown due to the condition of the body when it was discovered. The estimated age of the infant is less than 3 month. It is estimated the body was placed in the trash rack in February. Anyone with information concerning this case is strongly encouraged to reach out to the Nags Head Police Department directly at (252) 441-6386. Tips may be submitted through Crime Line as well.

Anyone with information about crimes in Nags Head should contact Crime Line or the Nags Head Police Department at (252) 441-6386.

MANTEO:


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PARK SERVICE:


Vandalism: May 31, 2018. The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, loved by visitors from all over the world, was recently vandalized. If you have any information that could lead to the individual(s) who decided to etch the letters “SEF” on the original bronze door that opens up to the tallest brick lighthouse in the United States, please let us know.

Superintendent David Hallac stated: “Many residents of Hatteras Island have served as lighthouse keepers in the 1800s and 1900s, taking care of the this iconic structure and helping to protect mariners off the coast. It is important that we treat the lighthouse with respect to honor the structure itself and the legacy of those that served in it.”

The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, completed in 1870, is a National Historic Landmark. Damage was discovered at 8:45 a.m. and is believed to have been caused overnight.

 

NC Highway Patrol:


Cold Case-Hit and Run Fatality:  On July 18, 2003 at approximately 8:43 p.m. a vehicle travelling north on NC 345 struck a bicycle operated by Mr. Harry Niser, Sr. of Wanchese.  Mr. Niser was killed as a result of the collision.  The suspect vehicle fled the scene and is believed to be a dark colored, late 80’s passenger vehicle with damage to the right front quarter panel.  The Troopers need your help to solve this case.  If you have any information, call the Crime Line or the Dare County Highway Patrol at (252) 441-7341.

 

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