SEGUIN, Texas – Police said surveillance video captured a man suspected in a rash of car burglaries in Seguin.
Investigators said the man can be seen in a white sports utility vehicle pulling up to the hotel district near I-10 and Jay Road on Friday.
The video showed the man police believe broke into a string of vehicles in the area.
Anyone with information on the man's identity is asked to call Seguin police at 830-379-2123.
Burglary of Motor Vehicles SPD Case #17-18011
**Update** The two tone colored van is no longer a vehicle of interest. That vehicle is owned and operated by a newspaper delivery person. Burglary of Motor Vehicles SPD Case #17-18011 On April 7th, around 3:20 am, vehicles parked on Larkin Dr and Jay Rd were burglarized (hotel district north of I-10). In a security video provided, you will see a white vehicle that looks to be a Chevy Tahoe type vehicle. That is believed to be our suspect vehicle. Camera footage shows the suspect vehicle parking and an unknown subject walks from that area where the suspect vehicle was parked. That subject is seen on camera footage going from vehicle to vehicle, breaking into them, and taking items from inside. It appears in a closer shot of the unknown subject that they may be wearing gloves. Our Detectives need your assistance in identifying the suspect vehicle and suspect(s) involved. Later in our video, you will see a van with a distinct two-tone color. That vehicle is a vehicle of interest and we would like your assistance in identifying it. If you have any information please call the Seguin Police Department at 830-379-2123 to speak with Detective Brown or Detective Wright. Or, if you have information about this case and would like to remain anonymous, please call the Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers at 877-403-TIPS (8477), text “Guadalupe” plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES) or online at www.gccsTIPS.org. Information leading to an arrest in this case could earn a cash reward of up to $500. Please LOCK your doors, TAKE your keys and belongings or HIDE your belongings. And always report suspicious activity to the police department. Thank you! Officer C. ContrerasPosted by Seguin Police Department on Wednesday, April 12, 2017
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