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State College Police Seek Public's Help to ID Burglary Suspects

by on March 10, 2014 3:08 PM

State College police released images of suspects believed to be responsible for State Patty's Day burglaries.

Investigators pulled the images from surveillance video at the Meridian apartment building in the 600 block of East College Avenue.

Police say the surveillance video shows two suspects entering roughly a dozen apartments during a fire alarm overnight between March 1 and March 2.

Since then, two victims from the Meridian have reported burglaries to police.

Police are also investigating a similar incident at University Towers in the 400 block of East College Avenue where two suspects reportedly entered an apartment and stole cash.

Authorities were in the process Monday of obtaining video from University Towers. Police believe the incidents may be connected.

Anyone who can identify the suspects can contact State College police at 814-234-7150.

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Jennifer Miller is a reporter for She has worked in journalism since 2005. She's covered news at the local, state and national level with an emphasis on crime and local government.
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