Dewclaw Archery Burglary: 4 suspects arrested, police still looking for 5th
Medford Police say four suspects have been arrested, but one more is still wanted, in relation to the Dewclaw Archery burglary from mid-May.
The archery on W. Main Street was burglarized on May 18th, and since then police say they have interviewed numerous people, collected evidence, and even recovered some of the stolen property.
The suspects involved initially made off with eight compound bows, a cash register, and caused an estimated $800 in damage to the business. The incident was caught on the store's security camera, and later shared publically on the Medford Police Department's Facebook page. This led to what police describe as "valuable tips that got our detectives pointed in the right direction."
Over the course of their investigation, detectives have been able to locate six of the eight stolen bows. According to police, Richard Aguiar, Christian Cochran, and Jordan Cardenas are suspected of committing the burglary, and Brandy Shamblin and Jeremy Giblin are suspected of receiving the stolen property after the crime. Everyone listed has been arrested except for Aguiar, who police are still looking for. There is an active felony warrant for Aguiar's arrest.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911 or non-emergency 541-770-4783.