Surprise PD seeking help to identify ranch burglars

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Surprise Police are seeking help identifying men who broke-in and stole equipment from a ranch. (Source: Surprise Police Department) Surprise Police are seeking help identifying men who broke-in and stole equipment from a ranch. (Source: Surprise Police Department)
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SURPRISE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

The Surprise Police Department is seeking out public assistance to help identify suspects in a burglary.

Last August, a group of men broke into a ranch on Citrus Lane and Pinnacle Peak Road. They forced their way into three different sheds around the property and stole several tools.

The men left in a white sedan that the police believe is a newer Toyota Corolla.

Anyone with any information leading to the location or identity of the suspects is asked to contact Detective Manley at 623-222-4295, or call 623-222-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be emailed to crimetips@surpriseaz.gov.

When contacting the police refer to Incident # 170807477.

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