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Revisit the home invasion with more details.
« on: June 28, 2013, 07:00:15 PM »

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PULASKI COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

301 HISTORIC 66 EAST, SUITE 136

WAYNESVILLE, MISSOURI 65583 (573) 774-6196





PRESS RELEASE

   

DATE:   June 28, 2013   

REF:     Elderly Man Hurt in Robbery Remains Hospitalized


The ninety-one year old elderly gentleman that was severely hurt in a robbery at his home two weeks ago remains hospitalized, while recovering from his injuries. Mr. James Dunham was brutally beaten after walking in on the suspect(s) during a burglary of his home.

James Dunham is a resident of Pulaski County, where he has lived for decades; raising a family and serving in the Army at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mr. Dunham had a distinguished military career, and is a World War II Veteran.

According to Pulaski County Sheriff Ronald Long, Mr. Dunham’s robbery is being aggressively investigated by county detectives, and significant progress is being made. Several individuals of interest have been identified, with one currently being held in the Pulaski County Jail on unrelated charges. Some of the property stolen from Mr. Dunham has also been recovered, which will aid detectives with the investigation of this case.

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department is still asking for anyone with information concerning this incident to contact their agency at 573-774-6196, or call the Tip Line at 573-774-7948.


Sheriff Ronald Long