Lieutenant Steve Dorris
Public Information Officer
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Baytown Police seeking public’s help identifying car burglary and auto theft suspects
The Baytown Police Department is currently investigating a series of auto burglaries and an
auto theft that occurred throughout the night Monday night and into the early morning hours
Tuesday in the Goose Creek Landing Subdivision.
The suspect in these cases was seen being dropped off by a tan passenger car, possibly a
Toyota Camry with a sunroof, which appeared to have been occupied by at least two other
suspects. In one of the burglaries the suspect(s) returned to the victim’s residence and stole the
victim’s 2006 purple Chevrolet Cobalt passenger car, bearing Texas License Plate DCR-3461.
The Cobalt had a small spare tire on the front right and will possibly have damage to the
length of the driver side; this damage appears to have occurred as the suspect was backing the
car out of the driveway.
We have been able to tie these suspects to at least three car burglaries in this particular
neighborhood and one auto theft. During the investigation we were able to obtain surveillance
video of the crimes and based on those videos we believe the suspect was armed with a
handgun during the commission of these crimes. It was also noted that the suspects did not
appear to be in a hurry, indicating they were not concerned about a confrontation with any of
We are asking the for the public’s help in identifying one of the suspects who was captured on
video along with the suspect vehicle in this case. We also want the community to be aware
that these suspects are believed to be armed and therefore should be considered dangerous.
We recommend that should anyone encounter these suspects, please contact the Baytown
Police Department and do not try to apprehend the suspects on your own.
We encourage anyone with information about these crimes to contact the Baytown Police
Department Auto Theft Division at 281-420-6632 or Baytown Crimestoppers at 281-427-
TIPS. You can also text keyword “Baytown” plus the tip to 274637(CRIMES)/or fill out
an online Baytown Crimestoppers form. You will be given a unique code number and
remain anonymous. If the information helps get a suspect arrested and charged, you can
use the same code number to collect up to $5000.00.
Lieutenant Steve Dorris