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Commercial Burglar Alarm 05/09/2017

*****Press Release****
Sheriff Mike Hollinshead
On May 9th, 2017 at approximately 12:32 AM, the Elmore County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a burglar alarm from the Price Less Mini-Mart in Glenns Ferry. The first responding deputy arrived at the location within 5 minutes of the call from the alarm company. The deputy then immediately located a point of forced entry to the store. Representatives from multiple agencies including Mountain Home Police Department, and a Twin Falls County Sheriff’s search and tracking canine assisted Patrol and Detectives in a search for the suspect. Video footage was quickly obtained and the suspect was identified as Mr. Robert Earl Lee. Mr. Lee is 32 years old and had stopped in the area as he was passing through. He is known to Law Enforcement through prior contacts with both ISP and the Sheriff’s Office within the last couple of days.
Search efforts continued throughout the early morning hours and into daylight when the suspect was sighted by a group of concerned citizens from the Hammett and Glenns Ferry area. The Glenns Ferry School District was placed into a brief lock-down until Mr. Lee was placed safely into custody.
Mr. Lee has a lengthy history of crimes including burglary, threats to law enforcement, battery and drug use.
As of the time of this press release, a listing of the items taken and their dollar value was not yet available. The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office is continuing the investigation.

 

Audio of the event can be found below.

 

 

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