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ALBANY, Ore. – After two burglaries at the same location, Benton County deputies are seeking the public’s help identifying five suspects and two vehicles.
The sheriff’s office said the burglaries took place on Independence Highway in Albany on July 5 and 6.
Photos captured a gold, older-model Toyota Corolla with two suspects in the first incident. The driver was wearing a red hat and black T-shirt, and the passenger appeared to be wearing a light-green hooded sweatshirt.
The next day, photos captured a dark-colored Honda Pilot with three men inside. The first man had a goatee, was wearing a Raider’s hat and had a tattoo of the outline of the state of Oregon on his lower-leg. The second man had on a black hooded sweatshirt, black shorts, black and white Nike sneakers and a dark mask. The third man had an American flag bandana around his neck, was wearing red sneakers and had a mustache.
Authorities said now is a good time for the suspects to turn themselves in so they aren’t arrested at work or with possible family at home.
If you have any information, contact deputies at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-766-6858. You can also remain anonymous by calling the BCSO tip line at 541-766-8477 to leave a message at any time.