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Suspects identified in burglaries; Romero at large

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Travis Flowers Travis Flowers
Jordan Romero Jordan Romero
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

On December 26, 2014, the Joplin Police Department responded to Hideout Harley, 5014 S. Hearnes Blvd. A vehicle had been driven through the front doors. It was determined that nothing was stolen however the building and three motorcycles received heavy damage.


On December 27, 2014, the Joplin Police Department responded to Power Sports of Joplin, 4722 E. 32nd St. The building was broken into in the same manner as Hideout Harley. The building received heavy damage, some motorcycles were damaged and an $8000.00 Honda UTV was driven away. The UTV was later recovered in a wooded area nearby.

After investigation, police detectives were able to obtain arrest warrants for Travis Flowers, Carl Jct., age 26, and Jordan Romero, 302 N. Washington, Joplin, age 25. Both subjects have arrest warrants for Burglary 2nd and Theft/Stealing more than five-hundred dollars. ($500) Flowers and Romero each have a bond for six-thousand dollars. ($6000.00)

Flowers has been in custody on unrelated charges and Romero is at large.

Charges are also forwarded to the Newton County Prosecutor's Office against Emily McCrary, age 23 for the Hideout Harley burglary

12/26:  Authorities investigate an overnight break-in at the Hideout Harley-Davidson in Joplin.

Joplin Police got a call around 12:30 a.m.

Officials say the suspect's vehicle was still on site when they arrived, but immediately fled the scene, damaging a motorcycle in the process.

The vehicle broke through two glass doors on the building.

Due to the ongoing investigation, information on any stolen property has not yet been released.

Newton County officials located the vehicle this morning and discovered it was stolen yesterday.

Officials say the alarm system triggering the call has greatly helped the investigation.

"Alarm systems are always a good thing to have at your business or your home," said Corporal Andy Blair, Joplin Police Department. "We were able to respond there quickly due to the initial call coming into dispatch from the alarm company, which got us there in the amount of time to identify the suspect vehicle that caused the damage."

No injuries were reported in the incident.

Authorities are still working to compile information on any suspects in the case.
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