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Sheriff’s Office releases media showing burglary suspects, still seeking public’s assistance

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Warren County Sheriff’s Department has released additional stills and video showing the suspects involved in a string of burglaries throughout the county early Monday morning.

The burglaries started on Bell Bottom Road, continued to Highway 3 and then down to the Blakely subdivision.

Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace stated the burglaries involved vehicles, most of which were unlocked and were storing handguns. Pace stated that several guns are now reported as stolen.

“Most of these vehicles were unlocked,” said Pace. “Several of them had firearms in them and we have missing firearms.”

Security footage shows up to five individuals were involved.

Sheriff Pace is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects and asks that anyone that may have security footage to share it with their office.

“We’re asking the public for their assistance,” said Pace. “If anybody in that area has security cameras that may have footage, somewhere between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., this morning (Monday), please notify Warren County Sheriff’s Office Investigations, we would love to look at that video and see if it will help identify [the suspects].”

If anyone has any information on the identity of these suspects, please contact the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

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