Police searching for theft suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/30/09

Police searching for theft suspect

Source by: Lubbock Police Dept. Source by: Lubbock Police Dept.

Lubbock Police would like your help in finding a man they call armed and dangerous.

Police say in a written statement that 37-year-old Carlos Salazar Aleman is wanted for theft. His last known address was in the 2600 block of 2nd Street. He was last seen driving a red Volkswagen coupe with license number 9ZSNP.

Rita Juarez, Aleman's mother, tells NewsChannel 11 that police are all wrong about her son. "I want everyone to know that he is not dangerous. He doesn't own a gun. He hasn't owned a gun in his life, and I wanted people to know that my son is not dangerous," she said.

However, police seem to disagree and ask that if you have any information on Aleman's whereabouts, please call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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