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Bodycam image of Cameryn Mykal Geiger, named as a suspect in a string of East Medford burglaries. (Medford police photo)

Suspect sought in East Medford construction burglaries

Police have named a man suspected of wreaking havoc on east Medford homes and job sites of homes under construction, but don’t know where he is.

Cameryn Mykal Geiger, 28, of Grants Pass, is believed to be the masked suspect caught on video breaking into several new homes in east Medford making off with tools taken from job sites, and causing damage to homes valued in the thousands of dollars.

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Geiger, who has an address listed in the 700 block of L Street in Grants Pass, is believed to be living in his white and gray 1993 Dodge Dakota pickup. The truck has a distinctive tarp-covered gray canopy and Oregon plate VST 396, according to Medford police.

The detailed suspect information comes after Medford police posted grainy surveillance footage of a thin masked man and his white pickup believed to be linked to a string of burglaries near Venice Court, Farmington Avenue, Nebaska Drive, Kansas Drive and Callaway Drive, according to Medford police.

The photos were shared on the popular crime-watching Jackson County Scanner Facebook group, leading police to more detailed vehicle descriptions and surveillance video, including a still from a Medford officer’s body camera.

A video file posted on the Jackson County Scanner shows a thin man wearing a hood and a bandanna attempting to move a surveillance camera Thursday night in what’s believed to have been a string of burglaries in east Medford.

Earlier Medford police reports show that burglaries and vandalisms were reported in the 3400 block of Venice Court and 900 block of Callaway Drive, averaging damages valued at close to $3,400 in the three homes.

Court records show no prior criminal history for Geiger beyond minor traffic violations.

Anyone who spots Geiger is encouraged to call 911 and reference Medford case case 18-10540.

Reach Mail Tribune reporter Nick Morgan at 541-776-4471 or nmorgan@rosebudmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter at @MTCrimeBeat.

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