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Cherokee Village Police seeking information

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Can You Identify These Men?
With a username like wiggerkiller666, no one would know what to expect from the videos posted on the Internet by this person. But, after watching them, it becomes apparent where this vulgar name comes from.

YouTube.com is a Web site where an individual can video an experience and share it with the world. It is unpredictable what kind of videos you will find on the Web site.

The Cherokee Village Police Department recently received an unusual call stating that there was a video on YouTube.com of some young men vandalizing a local house. There are two videos posted by this user that show some local landmarks making it easy to determine the incident took place in or near Cherokee Village.

Can You Identify These Men?
After a concerned citizen contacted Sharp County Deputy Bobby Woods, he brought the videos to the attention of Cherokee Village Officer Shane Hightower. The citizen found the link to the videos on topix.com.

YouTube has a date posted on every video, these particular videos were posted in 2006 and 2008. The videos show three young men in an empty house smashing windows, toilets, mirrors and damaging several other items.

The videos can be found by going to topix.com and typing Cherokee Village's zip code into the search bar. Click on Cherokee Village, there will be different topics of discussion, click on vandalism.

These videos contain offensive behavior and language.

The images of the men are very clear in the videos and the Cherokee Village Police Department is asking for help from residents and local agencies in identifying the suspects. The police department is also asking for help in identifying the home that endured the damage.

The Cherokee Village Police Department can be contacted at 870-257-5225.

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