The NMI Crime Stoppers is seeking the public's help for information on a robbery incident that occurred in Koblerville's Turnkey housing.
Last March 16 at about 11:24pm, police patrol officer Norbert Mettao was dispatched to a reported burglary and theft complaint within the Turnkey housing in Koblerville.
It was learned through the preliminary investigations of Mettao that the crime scene was at the residence of Dr. Gene Eagle-Oden located on Ahu Drive in Turnkey housing, Koblerville.
It was learned that suspect or suspects entered the residence through a window located at the northern portion and then entered the bedrooms and ransacked the belongings of the victims and stole many valuables.
It was further learned that the occupants-Russian and Japanese ballet dancers-had all left the residence for their scheduled performance at about 5pm and upon their return at about 11pm, discovered the burglary.
Stolen items include a Samsung white Notebook valued at about $400, a Nokia cellular phone, a Sony black digital video camera valued at about $400, an Asus black Notebook, a Samsung Corby orange/black cellular phone valued at about $200, a black leather purse (unknown brand) valued at about $100, an Acos pink cellular phone valued at about $500, and 3,200 Russian rubles (about $100) 30,000 Japanese yen (about $400), and $750 in cash.
Detectives of the Criminal Investigation Bureau are still working on the case and are encouraging anyone who has any information to this crime or may have seen suspicious person(s) or activity between the hours of 5pm to 11pm around the vicinity of the residence last March 16 to call 664-9054 or the Crime Stoppers Tips Line at 234-7272.
Crime Stoppers pays up to a $1,000 for any information leading to an arrest. (NMI Crime Stoppers)