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Authorities search for suspects in Sulphur business burglary

(Source: Sulphur Police Department) (Source: Sulphur Police Department)
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The following is a Press Release from the Sulphur Police Department:

Sulphur Police are seeking information in connection with a burglary of a local business.

Police are looking for two suspects, who burglarized Specialized Industrial between the hours of 10:18 p.m. and 12:30 am on Tuesday, April 17. One of the suspects is described as a heavyset black male in his 30s.

An enclosed trailer was broken into and several items were taken from the trailer and business including an Orange Husgvarna Riding Lawn Mower, 2002 Honda XR80R2 Dirt Bike, Multiquip GA-6HA Red Generator (Honda Motor), Hydro Quid Industrial Pressure Washer, two Blue Ez-Up Canopy Tents and various tools.

If you have any information concerning this burglary or any information leading to the identity of the suspect, please call the Sulphur Police Detective Division at 337.527.4550 or Crime Stoppers at 337.439.2222.  Callers may remain anonymous.

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