2 men broke into fenced construction site. They were photographed leaving in this white pickup truck.
Two credit union employees accused of stealing from customer accounts.
Tucson police arrested a man suspected of stealing and selling more than $5,500 worth of cigarettes over the course of several months.
The drop in copper prices hasn’t stopped the illegal metal trade, but Southern Arizona is seeing a slowdown in the volume of metal thefts.
A man who prosecutors said was the ringleader of a multimillion-dollar copper-theft scheme was sentenced Wednesday to prison.
Former South Tucson finance supervisor Sylvia Salomon faces six counts of theft by control related to unauthorized use of a city-issued credit card.
Oro Valley police are looking for a man who used credit cards stolen from a gym locker earlier this month
Master keys at nearly every campus within the Tucson Unified School District have been lost or stolen, creating a significant problem, TUSD officials have acknowledged.
PHOENIX — A plastic surgeon who admitted stealing medicinal cocaine from a Scottsdale surgery center was sentenced Monday to three years of probation for his theft and drug convictions.
Dr. Paul Kenneth Holden stole five vials of the drug in the middle of the night July 10 from a surgery ce…
Police Chief Brian Seastone, the newly named top cop of the University of Arizona Police Department, began his duties March 1.
A Tucson police officer chasing a man in connection with a theft and purse-snatching on the city's westside discovered that he lost his handgun during the pursuit.
Several mailboxes were broken into in Oro Valley over the weekend.
Thieves snatched the bust of former President John F. Kennedy from a downtown park during the weekend.
Tucson police are hoping surveillance photos will help them identify three men who they say pelted a a convenience store clerk with cartons of cigarettes and beer cans during a robbery.
Tucson police are hoping to identify one of two men they say attacked a Good Samaritan during a beer skip.
More than 9,000 former law students and applicants at the University of Arizona are at risk of identity theft after UA’s latest computer security breach.
It was bound to happen. The decision to name an east-side street “Stoner Avenue” has led to several thefts of street signs over the last few years.
A prominent Tucson financial advisor has been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay more than $150,000 in fines and restitution for embezzling funds from a charity he oversaw.
Co-workers turned a blind eye while a TUSD supervisor, sometimes with the help of subordinates, sold thousands of dollars worth of district property over at least four years, a district report shows.