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Suspects Caught on Camera burglarizing multiple vehicles in Pharr

Several suspects are caught on camera burglarizing multiple vehicles at an apartment complex in Pharr. On Sunday, Pharr police responded to a call concerning the theft of vehicles on the north block of Ebony Street. The preliminary investigation video reveals that several males arrived to the apartments in a white passenger car and opened multiple vehicles at the location. Several items were taken from the vehicles. If you have any information contact Pharr Crime Stoppers at (956)...

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Have you seen this person? McAllen Police Search for Burglary Suspect

A burglary suspect at a vehicle is caught on camera and now McAllen police are looking for him that’s right Jasmine Leonardo biggest spoke to authorities and the alleged victim who are asking others to be on the lookout Residents in North McAllen neighborhood urging their neighbors to take precaution to prevent crime. This after a homeowner claims a suspect broke into his vehicle. It was all caught on camera. ‚ÄúChecking cars that were unlocked and taken whatever he could. He allegedly stole a bike. We got him on camera checking the cars all the way up the street....

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Deputies Search for Drive-Thru Thief

Mission (KFXV) — In rural Mission where a man is wanted in connection to an aggravated robbery. The whole incident is caught on camera. Investigators are looking for the armed suspect who went into a drive-thru and took hundreds of dollars in cash. The sheriff’s office released this surveillance video of the aggravated robbery, taking place at Las Palmas Drive-thru located south of Bentsen Palm Drive in rural Mission. In the footage, a man is seen walking up to the employee and then following her to the cash register where he demanded money from the woman. Police say he...

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UPDATE: Aggravated Robbery Suspect Turns Self In

We have an update to a story we brought you Tuesday night of an aggravated robbery, all caught on camera. Wednesday afternoon, investigators say the suspect has turned himself in. The Harlingen Police Department reports that Miguel Angel Flores — wanted for an aggravated robbery on the 2200 block of North Commerce Street, and a separate burglary on the 1100 block of East Jackson — turned himself in of his own free will. Police booked the 34-year-old into the city jail where he now faces an arraignment for both charges....

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Thief caught on camera breaking into a Mission business

Take a look at the surveillance video. He is seen breaking the glass door of what appears to be a restaurant, opening the cash registers, taking an unknown amount of cash, and then taking off. The incident happened May 15th at around 3 a.m. Police are still looking for him. If you recognize him or know where to find him contact Mission Police tip line at 956-581-8477 and remember that any information leading to an arrest could be eligible for a cash...

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