Salina Police, Crime Stoppers Asking Public’s Help to Identify Suspect in Attempted Theft

SALINA – Salina Police and Crime Stoppers are asking the public’s help to identify a suspect in the recent attempted theft of a go-cart.

According to a media release, officers were sent to the 2300 block of Georgetown at approximately 3:47 p.m. on February 10.

Neighbors reported that two men were seen stealing a Hauck Thunder II go-cart from a residence. A neighbor confronted the men, and the two fled, abandoning the go-cart in the street.

One of the neighbors snapped a photograph of one of the suspects. He was described as a white male, late-teens to early-20s, wearing a red baseball cap, red Adidas hooded sweatshirt, and black pants. The person had a red beard.

The suspects ran away from the scene to the area of Marymount and Crawford and later boarded a City-Go bus.

Video from the bus is being analyzed. Police are seeking to identify the person shown in the photograph. His companion has already been identified.

Anyone with any information regarding the identity of the individual shown in the photograph, is asked call Crime Stoppers at 785-825-TIPS, text SATIPS to CRIMES (274637), or visit and follow the Crime Stoppers link to submit a web tip. You may receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 and you are not required to give your name.