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    Author Topic: Be on the Lookout
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    Post Be on the Lookout
    on: January 7, 2012, 15:50

    ANC Friends and Neighborhood listserv users:

    We have a directive from APD's Lt.
    Eveleth, supervisor of the Violent Crimes Unit. He would like for
    neighborhoods to distribute this flyer that I have downloaded to the
    files section of the ANC listserv (Dec 25th Indecent Exposure Suspect)

    and I also have a link here to the document on the CLASP website and can be downloaded:


    This particular BOLO (Be On the Lookout) flyer is very important.
    Lt. Eveleth's says:

    "Here is the public BOLO ...[that has previously been sent out in a press release]. on an indecent exposure
    that occurred on Christmas Day, Dec 25th, in the same area [as the New
    Years Eve Attack) . I hope this BOLO is seen everywhere and passed
    around all the neighborhood sites that we can get it to. It includes a
    specific description of the
    exposure suspects shirt worn on Christmas day. Someone out there knows
    this guy and we need to get to that person. This is a case that the
    public will absolutely be needed to help us solve it.

    I think
    if someone knows this guy, they need to see this bolo with THIS SPECIFIC
    INFORMATION. Thanks for any help can give in getting this out, I hope
    to see it EVERYWHERE. Thanks very much for the help!!!!"

    The file is a version that can be distributed if an area canvas is being done. Or left with apartment complex managers etc.

    thank APD for working diligently on TWO homicides back to back and all
    the other crime that has occurred recently. A special thanks to the
    Senior Crime Analyst and Forensic Artist who put this together.

    please utilize your resources in your neighborhoods, no matter what
    part of Austin you live in, to get this flyer out because this guy could
    live, work, attend classes or hang out anywhere.

    1. Put this announcement on your listserv
    2. If you can make copies and post them in public places throughout your neighborhood that would be great
    3. Contact apartment and condo's in your neighborhood and have them put up the flyer

    As he said, somebody out there knows this guy and needs to see the BOLO poster. Thanks to everyone who can help out with this. Let us know about your efforts so we know this is being circulated.

    Mary Arnett
    Citizen Led Austin Safety Partnership
    Friends of North Shoal Creek

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