Copperas Cove Police are seeking information on a suspect tied to the theft of a donation jar meant to assist a grieving family with funeral costs.

Police are on the lookout for Timothy Sedric Martin Blackwell after he and two other suspects stole the collection jar from the Fast Time Fina at 502 N 1st Street in Copperas Cove on November 19. The jar was full of cash meant to aid the family of a 34 year old Copperas Cove resident who’d recently passed away.

During an investigation of the theft, police identified Blackwell and Mitchell Alan Martin, along with a suspect who has not yet been publicly identified. Martin was arrested on December 12, but Blackwell is still at large. A warrant for the third suspect is pending.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Copperas Cove Crime Stoppers at (254) 547-1111 or Tips can be anonymous, and no one will ask your name. Crime Stoppers pays up to $1,000 in cash for any information that leads to an arrest and prosecution. Police ask that no one attempt to apprehend any suspect themselves.

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