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Double Oak police searching for burglary suspects

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The suspects were caught on camera at a Denton Walmart. They were possibly driving an older dark color Dodge Sebring or similar type of vehicle.

Multiple vehicles in Double Oak were burglarized and an attempt was made to enter a residence during the early morning hours Thursday, police said.

The offences reported include:

A resident in the 500 block of Cross Timbers Dr. reported that their vehicles had been entered, without permission, by an unknown person(s) who rifled through the contents of four out of six cars and didn’t take anything.

A resident in the 400 block  of Cross Timbers Dr. reported that their vehicles had been entered, without permission, by an unknown person(s) who rifled through the contents of four vehicles and took currency, a credit card and a wallet.

A resident in the 400 block  of Cross Timbers Dr. reported that their vehicles had been entered, without permission, by an unknown person(s) who rifled through the contents of their glove boxes.  Missing items include cash, debit cards and a wallet.

A resident in the 100 block of Tanglewood Dr. reported that an unknown person(s) entered their vehicle and removed a wallet and credit cards.

A resident in the 100 block of Tanglewood Dr. reported hearing an unknown person prying on a bedroom window.  The witness yelled, turned on lights and called for the police.  The resident ran outside but the subject had fled the scene.  Further investigation confirmed that the window screen had been pried and removed from the house.  No vehicle was observed by the witness.

Police so far have recovered one wallet, multiple credit cards and a headset.  They found the owner of the wallet and credit cards, but not the headset.

Police also released descriptions and photos of the suspects from video captured at Walmart in Denton where the suspects used credit cards within hours of the offenses.

“We have developed information that there were two adult male suspects wearing baggy, light colored clothing and carrying backpacks.  It appears that the suspects traveled on foot from Cross Timbers to Tanglewood looking for open vehicles and residences.  Based upon available information we believe the offenses happened between 12:30 a.m. and 2:30 a.m.

“As always please place valuable items inside your home, lock vehicle and residential doors and contact 9-1-1 if you observe any suspicious behavior,” police stated in a press release.

The offenses are currently under investigation.  If you have any information that may be of assistance please contact DOPD Investigator C. Murphy at 972-355-5995.

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  • H Mark Macha

    Keep vehicles in a closed garage. Wouldn’t that provide somewhat of a barrier to car burglary? Just wondering?

    • Garages arent always an option. Trucks don’t fit in them. But locking them and keeping wallets in your house does seem to be a good first step.

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