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Monterey Park Seeks Burglary Suspects - See Video

  • By David Barron

Monterey Park Police are seeking the public's help in arresting two burglary suspects caught on vide. On July 12, 2017 at approximately 1:30 p.m., a residential burglary occurred in the 600 block of South Lincoln Avenue, Monterey Park, CA. Suspects were captured on security cameras committing the burglary.
CLICK HERE TO view security camera video of the incident (external link). 

Suspect number one is described as a male black, 15-21 years of age, thin build, short afro braided hair, diamond studded earring on the left ear, red hooded sweatshirt, white t-shirt, black athletic style pants with vertical white stripes, and black shoes.

Suspect number two is described as male black, 15-21 years of age, thin build, short natural hair, grey Air Jordan “Wing It” short sleeve t-shirt, black shorts, white shoes and carrying a cellular phone.The suspects knocked on the front door of the residence and received no answer. The two suspects then climbed over a side gate and gained entry into the residence through an unlocked bathroom window. The suspects ransacked the residence and fled with property.

The Monterey Park Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects depicted in the photographs. If you know the persons in the photographs or have information regarding this case we urge you to contact the Monterey Park Police Department Detective Bureau at 626-307-1226 or the on-duty Watch Commander at 626-307-1200. MPPD would like to remind all residents to secure all windows and doors when they will be away from their home and report suspicious activity, persons and vehicles to their local police department. 

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