Authorities seek help identifying liquor store burglar

Authorities seek help identifying liquor store burglar
Authorities are sharing surveillance camera images in hopes of identifying this man, who is suspected of breaking into a liquor store in Garland City, Ark.

MILLER COUNTY, AR (KSLA) - Someone broke into a Southwest Arkansas liquor store early Friday morning.

Now authorities are sharing surveillance camera images in hopes someone can help them solve the crime.

“While we realize the photos aren’t the best quality, perhaps someone can identify the suspect,” the Miller County Sheriff’s Office says in a Facebook post.

The burglar used a silver or grey Toyota Tundra to force open the liquor store's door, authorities say.
The burglar used a silver or grey Toyota Tundra to force open the liquor store's door, authorities say. (Source: Miller County, Ark., Sheriff's Office)

The break-in happened at 1:40 a.m. Friday a a liquor store in Garland City, Ark.

A man used a silver or grey Toyota Tundra to force open the store’s door.

The truck had a diamond plate toolbox mounted in the bed and a chrome tailgate with a fifth wheel cutout. This is an example of the tailgate.
The truck had a diamond plate toolbox mounted in the bed and a chrome tailgate with a fifth wheel cutout. This is an example of the tailgate. (Source: Miller County, Ark., Sheriff's Office)

The truck had a diamond plate toolbox mounted in the bed and a chrome tailgate with a fifth wheel cutout.

The intruder has short hair on the back and sides of his head and is bald on the front and top, authorities said.

He appears to have a scruffy-looking beard and possibly red or dirty blonde hair.

Authorities urge anyone who recognizes him or has any information about the burglary to call Miller County sheriff’s investigator Sam McJunkins at (870) 774-3001, ext. 117.

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