Springdale Police Seek Three Women Accused Of Stealing Vehicles From Lots

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SPRINGDALE (KFSM) –┬áPolice are searching for three women they say were involved in the thefts of three vehicles from two different Springdale car lots.

The three suspects will go to a car lot, ask a sales person if they can test drive a vehicle and then never return with it once they get the keys and leave, police said.

On Saturday (April 25), the suspects stole a 2012 white Dodge Challenger and a 2009 gray Dodge Ram pickup truck from one car lot, the release states. On Wednesday (April 29), the women stole a 2008 gray Chevy Trail Blazer from a second car lot, according to authorities.

Police said the first two suspects are black women in their 30s, skinny and approximately six feet tall. The third suspect is a white woman, also in her 30s, skinny and approximately five feet and ten inches tall, authorities said.

The women arrived at both car lots driving a mid-2000s gold Chrysler 300, the release states. The vehicle may have Missouri tags and a sun roof.

If anyone has information on the suspects, they are encouraged to contact the Springdale Police Department at 479-751-4542 or the crimestoppers tip line at 790-TIPS.

2 comments

  • Bob Real

    The Salesperson NEEDS to stay with the vehicle as they test drive it..
    This way the vehicle will be returned and there is NO WAY they can get a set of keys made so they can return after close and steal it.. Or make a copy of their DL so can find them.

  • usarmyairborne

    Why would a sales person/dealer allow a perfect stranger to drive off alone with one of their vehicles?

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