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Wanted for Auto Burglary
Can You Help Identify the Two Suspects?
On November 1, 2016, an auto burglary occurred the 1200 block of 19th Avenue. When the victim returned to his vehicle, he discovered that someone had broken into the truck's locked storage containers. Over $5,000 of essential work tools had been stolen.
If anyone has information regarding this auto burglary, or can identify the suspects depicted in the still shots, please contact:
Officer D. Filice, Criminal Investigation Division – Burglary, Oakland Police Department firstname.lastname@example.org
(510) 907-0348 Work cell
(510) 238-3951 Office
Refer to Case Number 16-058231 when you call.
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