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Salt Lake City police want help ID’ing suspected Raptor thieves
First Published Mar 24 2014 04:13 pm • Last Updated Mar 24 2014 04:24 pm

Salt Lake City police want the public’s help find a pair of suspected car thieves.

Investigators released video surveillance stills of the men Monday afternoon in the hopes that someone recognizes them.

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Sometime from midnight to 8:30 a.m. on March 8, the camera captured the two entering an apartment complex on Kennedy Drive, just south of Hogle Zoo. Police suspect the pair were there to burglarize cars, but they stole a Ford Raptor from a secure garage when they found spare keys inside the vehicle.

Several electronics and firearms were inside the Raptor, according to a police news release.

Police describe the first suspect as a white male with a shaved head, wearing a black or dark-colored jacket, a gray hoodie under that jacket and white shoes. The second suspect is described as a white male wearing a blue baseball cap and a black or dark-colored jacket that had red lines across the chest and a logo.

The police encourage anyone with information about the suspects to call them at 801-799-3000. People can also submit anonymous tips by texting TIPSLCPD and the relevant information to 274637, with the case number 14-37948.


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