Police: Burglars caught on camera stealing from Northeast recreation center

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 - 3:40pm

Two suspects are caught on camera breaking into a Northeast El Paso recreation center and now police need your help locating the suspected burglars.

Two Hispanic males both in their late teens or early 20s were caught on surveillance video breaking into the Nolan Richardson Recreation Center at 4435 Maxwell in Northeast El Paso, according to police. The suspects used a rock to break through a window and into the center on July 12, 2014 between midnight and 1 am.

The suspects are seen on camera grabbing a DVD player and audio equipment, then leaving the DVD player behind as well as breaking other property in the center, "They ended up grabbing a fire extinguisher. They ended up getting that fire extinguisher and actually destroying a vending machine by throwing the fire extinguisher through the vending machine," Officer Javier Sambrano, a spokesperson with EPPD said.

The first suspect is described as white or Hispanic, reddish hair, light skin and a medium build and was wearing a black sleeveless shirt and black shorts.

The second suspect is a Hispanic male, black hair, dark skin, thin build and last seen wearing a white shirt, blank pants and was covering the bottom half of his face.

If you have any information about this case please contact Crime Stoppers of El Paso at 915-566-TIPS.

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