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Deep East Crime Stoppers, ACSO asking for public's help to find burglary suspect

Pictured are the car the suspect was using at the time of the burglary and Randy Trapp (Source: Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers) Pictured are the car the suspect was using at the time of the burglary and Randy Trapp (Source: Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers)

From Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers

ANGELINA COUNTY, TEXAS (News Release) - Angelina County law enforcement officers are searching for Randy Leon Trapp.

According to an Angelina County Sheriff’s Office investigation, at approximately 9:00 a.m. on December 16, a man, unidentified at that time, kicked open the door of a residence on Morris Road in Diboll but fled from the scene when he encountered a resident, a fifteen-year-old. The witness’ description of the criminal and a photo of the criminal’s vehicle assisted in identifying Trapp.

On December 21, ACSO Deputies obtained a warrant for the arrest of Randy Leon Trapp for the second degree felony offense of burglary of a habitation.

 Trapp is a 32-year-old white male with brown hair and green eyes; he stands approximately 6-feet-2-inches tall and weighs approximately 205 pounds. The included image of Trapp was taken more than two years ago. At the time of the burglary, Trapp was described as having “scruffy” facial hair, and he was driving a white, four-door, 2016 Toyota Corolla displaying Texas license plate HXH6336. The vehicle also had damage to its rear bumper. The included vehicle photo is of Trapp’s vehicle and was taken at the time of the burglary.

The listed warrant information was correct and current when published but may no longer be correct when read. Warrants and charges must be verified before arrest. Never attempt to apprehend any suspect yourself; doing so may be dangerous and Crime Stoppers will not pay a reward to anyone involved in such actions.

Investigators are also attempting to identify a white female companion of Trapp known by the first name “Kathy."

If you know the current location of Randy Leon Trapp or can provide identifying information for “Kathy," call Crime Stoppers at (936) 639-TIPS, click one of the Solve This buttons at www.639tips.com, or use Crime Stoppers’ P3 Tips app (iTunes | Google Play). Crime Stoppers may pay a reward for the first, most accurate anonymous tip that leads to Trapp’s arrest.

Calls and tips directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and Crime Stoppers pays rewards in cash but only for anonymous, crime-solving tips submitted directly to Crime Stoppers and that concern information not previously provided to or known by law enforcement. Funds for Crime Stoppers rewards come from fees paid by convicted criminals.

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