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Sheriff’s Office releases video of suspected thieves

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Deputies say they are tied to the recent burglaries against the American Veterans of Yuma.

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office is looking into two suspects caught on video, in connection with the recent burglaries at the American Veterans of Yuma in the Foothills.

Deputies describe one of the suspects as a white man, thin, with lighter clothing and a ball cap.

The other suspect was riding a bike that looked like a beach cruiser and was wearing dark clothing, including a hat, according to YCSO.

The break-ins started two weeks ago, according to Mike Condon who works at the American Veterans of Yuma on Avenue 8E and the Frontage Road.

“They busted my car windows and stole my business bag, and my computer, and a whole bunch of paperwork,” Condon said.

The paperwork is said to include important pieces of information like social security numbers, addresses, and phone numbers vital to the organization.

“I don’t care about the other stuff. We need the paperwork, so bad,” Condon said.

The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office is asking that anyone who has information about the crime to call 928-783-4427.

Crime / News / Yuma County

Brandon Mejia

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