Irvine Police Department
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, PRESS RELEASE #8/15/2013
IRVINE, CA (August 15, 2013): Irvine Detectives have obtained surveillance video of two suspects believed to be responsible for a break-in at 780 Roosevelt (I5/Jeffrey area). At approximately 2:00 p.m., on Saturday, August 3, the two suspects can be seen entering the side door of an office building where 13 individual businesses were burglarized. In each case, the doors to the individual suites were pried and the offices were ransacked.
Loss from the various businesses included desktop and laptop computers, cash and miscellaneous personal items including jewelry from individual employee work spaces. The suspects are described as follows:
#1 – Male with dark skin, 25-35 years old, 5’8” tall and 180 pounds. He was wearing black clothing, a white baseball cap with a Washington Nationals logo and a large earing in his left ear.
#2 – Male with dark skin, 25-35 years old, 5’8” tall, 165 pounds. He was wearing dark clothing, white and red athletic shoes and a red baseball cap.
The suspects may be associated with silver or white minivan, also seen in the surveillance video driving into the parking lot of the victim building minutes prior to the burglary.
Surveillance video may be viewed at this link: http://bit.ly/18yf0rL
Anyone with information about the burglary or identity of these two suspects is urged to contact Irvine Police Detective W. Cantwell at 949-724-7189 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact : Julia Engen, Lieutenant, 949-724-7112, email@example.com
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