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North Carolina Police Looking For Break-In Suspects

by on September 27, 2011

North Carolina Deputies in Rockingham County are involved in an investigation searching for three different suspects who may have been involved in a car break-in case where many items from a woman’s purse were stolen.

During the break-in, the victim’s credit card was stolen as well as her cash, her sunglasses and an EPI pen she used for emergencies. The crime was initially reported on September 21, and the criminals have moved fast. The woman’s credit card has been used at a Wal-Mart and an Eagle Express.

The victim drives a 2002 Lexus, and it was parked in her driveway when the break-in occurred. Deputies have released pictures of the three suspects from surveillance footage that was taken in one of the stores where the woman’s credit card was used. There are two white males and one female involved in this case. They are all in their early twenties and they were driving a white Ford Mustang.

If you have information about this case, police are advising you can contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 349-9683.

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