Pima County Sheriff's detectives need your help to find a man they say may be selling stolen items taken during a burglary in Green Valley.
Burglaries are an invasion of privacy. When your home is broken into, it is a violation. That is why detectives are wanting to do all they can to catch these people.
“We want to hold them accountable,” said Deputy Ryan Inglett.
Last week, 36-year-old Heather Livingood was arrested by detectives for allegedly pawning some stolen items taken from a January burglary. She was booked into the Pima County Adult Detention Complex on one count of Trafficking in Stolen Property. A man was seen with her at a pawnshop. Detectives say he is a person of interest.
“Detectives would like to speak with him about his involvement and what he was doing at the pawnshop with Miss Livingood at that time," said Inglett. "He was seen driving a mid-sized vehicle with chrome aftermarket wheels.”
He said pawnshops are also victims in this crime.
“They’re given money for property that was stolen and now that property is seized by us as evidence of a crime,” said Inglett.
If you have information, call 911 or if you want to remain anonymous call 88-CRIME.