CIBOLO, Texas – A pair of suspects who investigators believe are responsible for a series of car break-ins were caught on camera in Cibolo.
Cibolo police posted this video of the suspects in action to the department's Facebook page.
The video clearly shows one of them rifling through stuff in an SUV, while the other one wandered around behind vehicles, either acting as lookout or looking for an easy target, police said.
Cibolo Valley Ranch Vehicle Burglaries July 2019
The Cibolo Police Department, Criminal Investigations Division needs your assistance with identifying the individuals in this video. These individuals are suspects in a number of reports concerning Burglary of a Vehicle in the Cibolo Valley Ranch neighborhood during the early morning hours of 07/28/2019. Both individuals appear to be 18 to 23 years of age and male. Suspect One is wearing what appears to be a black and gray hoodie, dark pants and gloves. Suspect Two is wearing short pants, a yellow hoodie and red shoes. If you have any information please contact CPD CID, Detective Rick Kershaw at 210-659-1999, or, as always you may also remain anonymous by using the the See It, Say It, Send It smart phone application.Posted by Cibolo Police Department on Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Police said the pair are suspects in several burglaries reported in the Cibolo Valley Ranch neighborhood.
It’s unclear if one of them found anything of value in the SUV. He was seen getting out and turning his attention to the other vehicle in the driveway, which did not appear to be locked.
Anyone with information is asked to call Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-403-8477.