Police said this man, a suspect in a series of burglaries, has been caught on camera prowling around the Stansbury Condominiums in Salt Lake City.

"The second time he actually committed a vehicle burglary down in the garage of that building, and he also stole a brown shirt out of the dryer in the laundry room of the building," said Detective Robert Ungrich, SLCPD.

His "I SCARE SLC" shirt is memorable, as is the large tattoo on his forearm, which depicts a skull with green hair. Call 801-799-3093 if you recognize him.


Last month, this man rolled four new tires out of a West Jordan Wal-Mart. But police said he paid for them with a stolen credit card. His sleeve tattoos and the fresh tread on his vehicle may give him away. Call 801-595-5000 if you recognize him.


The man and woman in these pictures are wanted in connection with a vehicle burglary and subsequent credit card fraud in the Summit County (Kimball Junction) area. The couple incurred over $7,000 in credit card charges.

They are described as a Hispanic male and female. The male has a tattoo on his forearm which has been described as cursive writing. This case is related to SLCPD case 16-173437. The Summit County Sheriff's Office case number is 16-L26649. Call dispatch at (435) 615-3600 or investigations at (435) 615-3508 if you have information that could help investigators.


Police said this woman used a stolen driver license to try and cash a stolen check.  The suspect is in a silver GMC SUV (Utah plate X308KT, which does not belongs to the vehicle).  Call 801-799-3000  if you recognize her.


Viengkeo Sundara is wanted for questioning in a cold case homicide from 1991. There is a warrant for first-degree felony murder out for his arrest with bail set at $1,000,007 and full extradition. Two arrests have already been made in the case, and Sundara is the brother of the primary suspect. Police say he could be "anywhere" but he i s linked to two Salt Lake City addresses: 580 West 5900 South (possibly apartment 3) and 35 East White Place, Apartment A or B.

Anyone with information about the man should call police dispatch at 801-799-3000.


Police in Cottonwood Heights say the man above used multiple credit cards until one was accepted in two separate transactions for gift cards. The fraud suspect may have left in the vehicle pictured in the gallery above. Anyone who recognizes the man should contact Cottonwood Heights PD.


Police are looking for two men wanted in connection with a burglary that was caught on surveillance camera in Murray September 24. Click here for details. 


South Jordan Pd says two Polynesian males are suspected of stealing a vacuum from Wal-Mart by placing a bar code sticker for a cheaper item over the correct sticker. One man shoved his way past a Wal-Mart employee who attempted to stop the pair. The crime occurred September 27 at the Wal-Mart at 10328 South Jordan Gateway.

Anyone who recognizes the men should call Sgt. Eric Anderson at 801-254-4708.


University of Utah Police state a painting by the late Alvin Gittins was stolen from a U of U building. The painting "Arnies Boy" is pictured above, as is a photo of the suspect. Anyone who recognizes the man or who has information about the stolen art should call U of U Police at 801-585-2677.


Clearfield PD says these two individuals purchased more than $10,000 in gift cards with stolen credit cards at Kent's Grocery Store in April, and did the same thing with $7,500 in gift cards at the same location September 2. The crimes occurred in the Clearfield and Roy locations for Kent's Grocery store.

Anyone with tips in the case can call Clearfield dispatch at 801-525-2806.


Police are looking for two men accused of making purchases on someone else's credit account. Nearly $1,300 in merchandise was purchased at Walmart Supercenter, 11328 S Jordan Gateway. The victim said six charges were placed on her account at that store, including one that was declined. The card was also used at Peerless Beauty Supply, Holiday Oil and Shearology.

Suspect Descriptions:  First; White male, 20-30 wearing a white T-shirt, white shoes with vertical stripes on the sides, blue jeans, watch on left wrist and brown short hair. Second; Hispanic male 20-30 wearing a black shirt with the Ghostbusters logo on the front, white shoes, blue jeans, dark hair with sunglasses on his head.

Know who either of them are? Call South Jordan police at 801-254-4708.



Police say this man used a counterfeit check for $5,900 at the MACU in Taylorsville. The man falsely identified himself as "Jeffery Hollingsworth" and used the victim's driver's license number and perhaps a counterfeit ID. Anyone who recognizes the man should contact UPD at 801-743-7000.


Update: Police have now learned this "Beauty Bandit's" identity. He is 30-year-old Sean Franklin Adams.

In addition to the shoplifting incident captured on camera featured in Scott Mckane's story, police say Adams is also a suspect in several other thefts from as many as four different police agencies in Utah.

Police said they believe Adams is still likely in the Salt Lake Valley and perhaps staying or traveling with a pregnant girlfriend named Kathryn. 

They have been known to drive a 1990s-style black Ford F-150 (unknown plate number) or a red 2002 Dodge Ram with license plate number 589-UWP.

Anyone with tips can call South Jordan police at 801-254-4708.

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This man is wanted in connection with a retail theft at Harmons South Jordan, 10507 S. Redwood Rd., on June 12, 2016. He is accused of stealing more than $2,000 in merchandise, including health and beauty items, water bottles, batteries, flashlights, electronics, kitchen knives and a black U of U sweatshirt.

Suspect Description: Thin white male in his 20’s, gauged ears, side burns and possibly a “soul patch” wearing white t- shirt and black hat. He was driving a black 1990s 2-wheel-drive pickup truck, possibly a Ford F-150.

Know who he is? Call South Jordan police at 801-254-4708.