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Cary police: Can you ID this burglary suspect?

Posted October 8, 2014

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— Cary police are searching for a man who they believe broke into at least one home and three vehicles and then used a stolen credit card at a local pharmacy.

The man, seen on surveillance footage at a local Walgreens Pharmacy, is estimated to be 25 to 35 years old, around 5-foot-8 to 6 feet tall with blonde or red hair. He was last seen with facial hair and wearing a dark-colored, short-sleeved striped polo shirt.

On Sept. 3, officers responded to reports of two residential burglaries and three motor vehicle larcenies within five miles of each other. In both instances, a person entered through an unlocked rear door while the residents were home.

Later that day, a credit card stolen from one of the homes was used at the Walgreens, at 3441 Kildaire Farm Road.

Anyone with information should call Cary police at 919-469-4012 or file a report anonymously with Cary Crime Stoppers at 919-460-4636. Crime Stoppers pays up to $2,500 for the arrests of those responsible for committing certain types of crimes. All calls will be kept confidential at the caller's request.

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  • washington_irving Oct 9, 2014

    WRAL outdid itself! Since he is a white guy we get a full, detailed description and photo! Now, try and do that will ALL crime stories with such attention to detail.

  • amber829 Oct 9, 2014

    People that leave the door unlocked are delusional. The criminals and crazies out there are multiplying. You are not safe in your own home. An intruder has easy access to your home when the door is unlocked. Why make things easy for them?

  • teikko2000 Oct 9, 2014

    I don't know what's wrong with that. When I am home, I don't lock my doors. Why should I? It's my home and I live in a safe area.

    Yeah, keep thinking that....criminals have no boundaries

  • Heather Brittingham Oct 8, 2014
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    I don't know what's wrong with that. When I am home, I don't lock my doors. Why should I? It's my home and I live in a safe area.

    I hope someone recognizes this guy and he is arrested soon.

  • Veronica Hammond Oct 8, 2014
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    Unlock door? Seriously people, get a grip.