On Monday, May 15, 2023, a burglary occurred at Investment Recovery Corporation Surplus in Sealy, Texas, and the Austin County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in solving the crime. The authorities have obtained photographs of the suspect vehicle, a blue Kia Sedona van with a fictitious paper tag, occupied by four unknown individuals (two men and two women). To aid in their investigation, the Austin County Sheriff’s Office is urging anyone with information about the vehicle or its owner/occupants to come forward.

If you have any information related to this incident, please contact the Austin County Sheriff’s Office directly at (979) 865-3111. Your cooperation can significantly contribute to the investigation and help bring those responsible to justice.

Alternatively, if you prefer to remain anonymous, you can reach out to Austin County Crime Stoppers at (979) 221-7179. By providing information through Crime Stoppers, you can play a vital role in assisting law enforcement without revealing your identity. The anonymity of informants is guaranteed, ensuring a safe environment for individuals to provide crucial leads. Crime Stoppers aims to create a community where people can come forward with valuable information without fear of retaliation or exposure.

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office acknowledges the importance of community involvement in solving crimes and maintaining safety. By actively engaging with law enforcement and providing any relevant information, you can help ensure a swift resolution to this burglary case. Together, we can make a significant difference in keeping our community secure.

Please remember that your assistance is crucial in solving this crime. If you have any details or saw anything suspicious related to the burglary at Investment Recovery Corporation Surplus, do not hesitate to contact the Austin County Sheriff’s Office at (979) 865-3111 or Austin County Crime Stoppers at (979) 221-7179. Your contribution can bring us one step closer to achieving justice and maintaining a safe environment for all residents of Austin County, Texas.


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