Summit County Sheriff’s Office seeks identity of car theft suspects
November 17, 2015
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is searching for two suspects after a Toyota Tundra was reported stolen from Breckenridge the morning of October 30.
Officers were able to obtain photos of the two suspects from surveillance cameras at a Frisco Walmart, where a credit card belonging to the owner of the Toyota Tundra was charged that morning. A man wearing a tan jacket in the photos successfully charged the card.
"We're hoping somebody will recognize him. We're just looking for names," detective Robert Pearce said.
The two men were last spotted leaving the store together, with the man in the tan jack driving away in a dark-colored pickup truck, and another man in a dark jacket driving away in the Tundra. The Tundra was later recovered on Nov. 1 by the Englewood Police Department.
To submit information about either of the suspects, call Pearce at 970-423-8925 or email at Robert.Pearce@summitcountyco.gov.
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