Denison police are searching for suspect in burglary at library


Denison police are looking for a little help identifying a man they believe may have been involved in a burglary at the Denison Public Library on July 29 or 30.

A statement from police shows that items listed as stolen from the library during that time period were two credit cards. Police say a man attempted to use those credit at a building supply store in Sherman at approximately 9:30 a.m. on July 30. Witnesses at that store said the man was between 6 feet and 6.3 feet tall and appeared to be in his mid 30s or 40s. He appeared to weigh between 180 and 200 pounds and be clean cut with no facial hair, He wore cowboy boots and a hat. He allegedly told the store’s cashier that the credit cards belonged to his grandmother. The cards had already been reported stolen and were declined on his attempted purchase.

The report said the man attempted to purchase a a Hasqvarna 150 BT backpack blower, a Hasqvarna 224L 25cc 4 stroke gas trimmer, 18” cutting path, a Master Forge 4 burner propane grill, two-gallon gas can plus 8oz oil mix can, reciprocal saw blades and a steel hammer.

Police are asking anyone who may have information about the man pictured in the photo to call the Denison Police Department at 903-465-2422 and ask for Detective Kyle Mackay.