On January 20th,at 6:06 P.M. a semi hit the side of the building in the Hotshot's Drive through damaging the building and tearing out internet lines running between the buildings. The above is an actual video of the semi taken by a security camera


We are looking for a black or dark colored semi with a white or light colored trailer. There are three running lights on the lower door region. There appears to be a space, then four more running lights. There is a big fancy windbreak on the truck cab that appears to be the same height as the trailer. There are running lights above the window and on the back, as well as the windshield.


There could damage on the windbreak, possibly just a scrape of grey color about 11 feet up. Also damage to the driver's side cab approximately 10 feet along the side of the cab.


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Crime Stoppers was the brainchild of a young Albuquerque detective who was concerned by the number of unsolved cases he and fellow detectives were working, and was particularly frustrated that all possible leads had been exhausted regarding the murder of a young college student. He felt information that would solve the crime was available from someone other than the criminal. That principal led to the major factors that needed to be addressed so individuals would come forward.

Members of the local community, media and law enforcement, came together in partnership to begin the effort to provide crime-solving assistance to law enforcement, and the first Crime Stoppers program was born on September 8, 1976.

A cash reward was offered to individuals that provided anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers with information which would lead to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for the crime. The local media publicized the first “Crime of the Week” and the phone number to call with the information. A call received by the program resulted in the arrest of three men, within 72 hours, who had been involved in the homicide of the young college student that had occurred 4 months earlier.

Today, community and student Crime Stoppers programs reach around the world and are represented by the Nation/Regions of the United States, Canada, Caribbean and Latin America, Europe, Australia, and the South/Western Pacific.

The Crime Stoppers program has enjoyed great success with the information received which has led to the arrest and indictment of those responsible for committing felony offenses, boasting an average conviction rate of approximately 95% on cases solved by a tip to the program.