Suspect wanted after crimes targeting concrete business in Jonesboro

JONESBORO, Ark. – A Jonesboro business is recovering from criminal(s) breaking into their business, stealing items, stealing a vehicle which was later recovered burned.

Jonesboro police worked it and filed the incident report Sunday. Officer Victoria Evans was dispatched to Razorback Concrete, 3001 West Parker Road in Jonesboro, to speak with a business owner who said their shop had been broken into.

With glass all over the floor along with a large tool suspected to have been used to break the glass, the officer was shown the crime scene by the business owner. The bay door was open at the back of the building and damaged, as if someone rammed a vehicle into it to get it open. A Ford F-150, stolen from the scene, was believed to have caused the damage. Another report advised the truck was found on fire in a separate location. Fire marshals were contacted to investigate the vehicle.

Markings were next to the office door knob as though it was being struck with the sledge hammer to be opened. A sledge-hammer was found on the floor nearby. However, the suspect made a critical error and seemingly left his cell phone on the floor of the office. This led police to identify the suspect as Colby Lee Kinman, 25, of Jonesboro.

Kinman was already a fugitive from the law with an active bench warrant through Bay for vehicle theft, according to the report. Now, he is the suspect in this incident, the police report shows.

Kinman has a diamond tattoo on his neck. NEA Report located several photos through his Facebook profile.


Security camera footage was being pulled at the time of the report. Damages were estimated at over $5,000. The vehicle was estimated to be in the value range of $10,000.

The perpetrators face felony charges including arson, theft of a vehicle, criminal mischief, and breaking and entering.

Police would like to speak to Kinman. If you know where he may be or have information which could assist with this investigation, call Crimestoppers at 870-935-7867 (STOP).

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