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April 2016 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 69 traffic accidents in the month of April, 2016.  This is up from the 65 accidents that were handled in April, 2015.  For the year, we have responded to 285 accidents.  This is 34 more than the same time period in 2015.

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2013-2016 Accident Comparison

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May 2016 Crime Summaries

last updated 6/3/2016

DATE LOCATION NATURE DESCRIPTION
05/01/2016 6420 Clayton

St. Mary’s

Trespasser Security detained an adult male known to have been previously banned. The suspect was arrested and held on a muni warrant application.

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Power Outage? Know who to call…

lightningAs we enter into the spring storm season, Ameren would like to remind residents that their Customer Care department is available 24 hours a day.  For the fastest service, call 1-800-552-7583 if you experience a power outage, wires down or emergency service.  You can request text or email updates so you can track the progress of the repair.  You may also report outages online by visiting www.amerenmissouri.com, where you may also sign up to receive updates.

March 2016 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 74 traffic accidents in the month of March, 2016.  This is 30 more than was reported during the same period in 2015.

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2013-2016 Accident Comparison

2013-2016 Accident Comparison

April 2016 Crime Summaries

last updated 5/6/2016

DATE LOCATION NATURE DESCRIPTION
04/01/16 6600 Clayton

Schnuck’s

Forgery Store manager reported that a customer returned to the store after discovering that she received a counterfeit twenty dollar bill as change from a purchase. The manger exchanged the bill and contacted police.

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February 2016 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 68 traffic accidents in the month of February, 2016.  This is 6 more than was reported during the same period in 2015.

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2013-2016 Accident Comparison

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March 2016 Crime Summaries

last updated 4/8/2016

DATE LOCATION NATURE DESCRIPTION
03/01/16 1155 St. Louis Galleria Stealing Victim reported that she left her wallet at a vending machine and when she returned it was missing.  The wallet was later found by security without $48 in cash that the victim had previously.

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Bank Robbery at Pulaski Bank

Updated on 3/1/2016 at 3:55pm to add additional images of suspect

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Bank Robbery Suspect

Bank Robbery Suspect

On 2/29/16 at 2:16pm a bank robbery occurred at Pulaski Bank located at 6510 Clayton Rd, Richmond Heights, MO 63117.

After entering the bank, the suspect handed a note to the teller demanding money and implying he had a gun.  After receiving money from the teller, the suspect took his note back and left the store.

The suspect left the area on foot, heading east.  He entered St. Mary’s Hospital (6420 Clayton Rd), through their west entrance.  One minute later, he exited the hospital through their east entrance.  Moments later, he left the area in a taxi cab.

The suspect is described as a white/male, approximately 40 years of age. 5’10”, med to heavy build, dark hair, clean shaven. Wearing blue jeans, black hat and a grey hoodie with what appears to be a “Rams” on the front (see above photo).

Anyone with information can call the Richmond Heights Police Department Crime hotline at 314-655-3555 or the department’s general number at 314-645-3000.