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Ocala Police Seek Help Identifying Suspect Wanted for String of Burglaries

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OCALA, Fla. —  The Ocala Police Department is asking for help identifying the suspect of multiple auto burglaries the happened in the past two weeks at local restaurants.

The suspect pictured used one of the stolen credit cards at R U Game in Gainesville.

If you recognize him, the vehicle pictured in surveillance, or have any tips regarding these thefts please call Det. Sean Young at (352) 369-7000.

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The burglaries appear to be targeting hospitality employees who are leaving purses in their vehicles during their shift.

The authorities remind the citizens to not leave purses, wallets or any important object in the vehicle unattended. If it is a must, secure them in the trunk so they are not in view.

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Maria Barroeta
Journalist. Entrepreneur. Traveler. Mother of 3 and lover of Nature. More than 15 years in Corporate Communication for Oil & Energy industry, and Mass Media. Being the eyes, ears, and voice of the Marion County community is my honor.


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