UPDATE: Fort Smith Police Arrest Two In Connection With Porch Package Thefts

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FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) --  Two suspects wanted in connection with stealing packages off a porch in Fort Smith have been arrested, according to the Fort Smith Police Department (FSPD).

On Friday (Nov. 23), police said they had information that a car belonging to Kimberly Husman was near the 3400 block of Duke Avenue.

Officers went to the location and stopped Husman and John Clement as they walked out of the house.

The duo was in possession of property that led to clearing multiple burglaries and fraud cases, said police.

Both suspects voluntarily told of their involvement in the package theft, and other similar cases in the area, per FSPD.

In addition, Clement was charged with several drug offenses.

Original Story:

The search continues Friday (Nov. 23) morning for the people accused of stealing packages off the porch of a Fort Smith home.

Police say they have warrants issued for the arrests of John Clement and Kimberly Husman.

A security camera video shows the theft, which happened on Wednesday on South "O" Street near Hendricks Boulevard.

Husman owns a gray Kia Optima, which can be seen in the surveillance video

If you have any information that can help police you are asked to call the River Valley Crimestoppers at 78-CRIME.

Any information leading to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000.


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