BPD ID Me

Crime Stoppers

BPD ID Me is a program through the Boise Police Department to obtain tips and information surrounding open investigations in the city.

You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward if the information you provide helps solve a crime or leads to an arrest.

Do not attempt to apprehend any of these people. Call 911 in an emergency. If you witness a crime in progress or are a victim of a crime, call police immediately. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

These are surveillance photos of individuals, persons of interest, or suspects to a crime. If you can identify any of the people pictured below, please call non-emergency dispatch at 208-377-6790 or to report anonymously contact Crime Stoppers of Southwest Idaho by:

343COPS

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If you have already submitted a tip and have additional information relating to the same case, please follow up with Crime Stoppers directly.

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Current Reports

BPD Report Number 917419

Photo Location: 2400 block of S. Vista Ave.
Photo Date: 8/31/2019
Offense: Fraud – Criminal Possession of a financial transaction card or number

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone acquired a victim’s financial transaction card and used it to make hundreds of dollars in purchases.

White woman with blonde hair
white woman with blonde hair
White male with grey beard

BPD Report Number 917226

Photo Location: 4600 block of W. Hillcrest Dr.
Photo Date: 9/4/2019
Offense: Grand theft, Fraudulent use of a financial transaction card

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone stole financial transaction cards from two victims and made thousands of dollars in purchases with those cards.

BPD Report Number 918383

Photo Location: 3500 block of S. Federal Way
Photo Date: 9/4/2019
Offense: Grand theft

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone stole a victim’s financial transaction cards and used the cards to make thousands of dollars in purchases.

White woman, dark hair, pink top
White woman, dark hair, pink top
Two white males

BPD Report Number 919784 IDENTIFIED 

Photo Location: 4900 block of W. Overland Rd.
Photo Date: 9/30/2019
Offense: Vandalize, deface or damage the property of another by graffiti

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone maliciously vandalized a business by writing on property with a black marker. Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

BPD Report Number 918260

Photo Date: 9/11/19
Photo Location: 2500 block of Pleasanton Ave
Offense: Trespass

Officers are looking to identify this person after some suspicious activity near a residence.

White male with long hair in bun
Back side of head
White male

BPD Report Number 908747

Photo Location: 300 block of N. Milwaukee St.

Photo Date: 5/4/2019

Offense: Grand Theft

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone made a fraudulent ATM withdrawal from a victims bank account. Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

White male in shorts and blue shirt

BPD Report Number 914306

Photo Location: 4900 block of W. Overland Rd.

Photo Date: 6/9/2019

Offense: Fraudulent use of a financial transaction card

Boise Police officers are investigating after someone stole a victims FTC card and used it to purchase hundreds of dollars of goods at various locations. Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

white male with short brown hair

BPD Report Number 915187

Photo Location: 700 block of W. Main St.

Photo Date: 8/3/2019

Offense: Aggravated Battery

Boise Police officers are investigating a battery on August 3 and are hoping to identify the individual in the photo. Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.

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BPD Report Number 910927

BPD Report Number: 910927

Photo Location: 800 block of W. Main St.

Photo Date: 6/6/19

Offense: Malicious Injury to Property

The Boise Police Department is looking for the unknown individual who intentionally caused damage to the electronic key card reader outside the doorway of a business. The total cost of the damage is estimated to be over $1000.

White man and woman exiting store

BPD Report Number: 911486

Photo Location: 8300 block of W. Franklin St.

Photo Date: 6/14/19

Offense: Grand Theft

The Boise Police Department is looking for an unknown individual who took a wallet from a shopping cart and used credit cards inside the wallet to make over 4-thousand dollars in purchases. Surveillance video shows these two individuals using the victim’s credit card to make purchases

BPD Report Number: 911473

Photo Location: 300 block of S. Capitol Blvd.

Photo Date: 6/14/19

Offense: Grand Theft

The Boise Police Department is looking for an unknown individual who took a wallet and checks from a shopping cart and used credit cards inside the wallet to make thousand dollars in purchases. Surveillance video shows these two individuals using the victim’s credit card to make purchases.

White man in black ballcap and shorts
White female in floppy straw hat
White male in gray hoodie

BPD Report Number: 910347

Photo Location: 5500 block of W. State St.

Photo Date: 5/30/19

Offense: Commercial Burglary

The Boise Police Department is investigating after someone broke through an office window and stole several items valued at over $10,000. BPD is asking for help identifying the suspect pictured on store security video.

BPD Report Number: 903638

Photo location: near Fairview and Five Mile 

Photo Date: 2/23/19

Offense: aggravated battery

The Boise Police Department is investigating an aggravated battery that happened on February 23rd near Fairview and Five Mile in Boise. Detectives have a possible suspect identified but would like to speak with a potential witness (pictured here) in order to further their investigation.. BPD is looking for your help identifying the witness in the picture.

White male with black ballcap and black sweatshirt
White male in black ballcap and jeans

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