Police Looking For Man Who Stole Cash From Daytona Halifax Humane Society

By on October 30, 2017 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – Daytona Beach Police (DBPD) are looking for the man they say broke into the Halifax Humane Society, stole a cash register and donation containers, and is wanted for other burglaries as well.

49-year-old James Donnelly of Holly Hill is accused of breaking into the Halifax Humane Society located at 2364 LPGA Blvd. That incident occurred at around 8:29 PM on Monday, October 23. Police arrived at the business in response to a burglary alarm. When they arrived on scene, police noticed a window had been shattered after a planter brick had been thrown through it. There was also a set of tire tracks that traveled around the front access road gate.

Halifax Humane Society employees arrived on scene, including an executive-level employee, Miguel Abi-lessan. The employees checked the building and found that a cash register and two missing donation containers with an undisclosed amount of cash were missing, according to DBPD. Officials determined that the suspect had fled the scene and sped off in his vehicle.

On Monday, October 30, DBPD released the name and a photo of the suspect involved in the burglary, Donnelly. Donnelly is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 180 pounds. His last known address is in Holly Hill, and he is also the suspect in multiple other business burglaries in multiple jurisdictions. DBPD says he was last seen in the Ridgewood corridor.

Police are asking anyone who knows of Donnelly’s whereabouts or has any other information to contact Sergeant Kim Gernert at the Daytona Beach Police Department at 386-671-5225.

(Photo of Donnelly courtesy DBPD)

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