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Police seek burglars in string of Raleigh electronics thefts

Posted June 9, 2011

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— Police on Thursday asked for the public's help to identify and arrest several thieves responsible for a string of burglaries targeting electronic items.

Between May 15 and Wednesday, the following businesses were robbed:

  • Sound Station & Security, at 7105 Glenwood Ave.
  • Computer Phone and Games Repair, at 3909 Western Blvd.
  • Rent-A-Center, at 3901 Capital Blvd.
  • Audio Express, at 2817 Capital Blvd.
  • Aarons, at 2709 Noblin Road
  • Rent-A-Center, at 4550 Capital Blvd.

Stereo components, flat-screen televisions, videogame consoles and laptop computers were stolen in the break-ins, police said.

The burglars have worn masks to hide their appearances, but police said they hope people recognize the clothing worn during the break-ins.

Stolen vehicles were used to commit the crimes, including some cases in which they smashed the vehicle into the business to gain entry, police said.

Anyone with information about the burglaries is asked to call Raleigh Crime Stoppers at 919-834-HELP.


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  • boatmonkey82 Jun 10, 2011

    Busting the front down with a stolen car... they have no skills and need to watch oceans 11 a few times .They wont get caught and the goods have prob already been sold . It would be wise for the store owners to sleep at work for a few nights armed , i know i have done it

  • miketroll3572 Jun 10, 2011

    Untill thieves start getting REALLY punished, this will continue.

  • Arkansas Razorback Jun 10, 2011

    People will steal the sugar out of your coffee these days.

  • Rebelyell55 Jun 9, 2011

    They are from Durham.lol

  • ger Jun 9, 2011

    raleigh? no way.

  • gingerlynn Jun 9, 2011

    I thought there was no crime in Raleigh