Police seek helping in breaking, entering incidents

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - Police in Miami Township (Clermont County), Fort Thomas and Campbell County are seeking the public's help in identifying two suspects for breaking and entering incidents.

The Fort Thomas incident was Dec. 31,  the Miami Township offense was Jan. 10 and the Campbell County offense was Monday.

The video from the offense in Miami Township provided some information on the vehicle used by the suspects, police said.

The vehicle operated by the subjects is a four-door GMC Yukon, unknown year, with possibly either an Ohio temporary plate or Kentucky registration with no front plate.

The vehicle appears to be gold or tan in color with a trailer hitch that extends from the rear of the vehicle. There is chrome trim on the front bumper and along the door bumper plates. The vehicle's grill is black with a red GMC symbol in the center. The vehicle's tires are black walled with no white lettering.

The male subjects are medium build, covered their faces with bandannas and wore gloves with rubber finger pads.

In two of the offenses, one of the suspects is wearing the same red hooded sweatshirt with black and white gym shoes. The suspect's voices were captured by the cameras and they appear to have either a Hispanic or Latino accent.

The suspects, in the Miami Township offense, parked behind the target business at approximately 1:38 a.m. then traveled on foot to disable the exterior cameras.

At approximately 2:41 a.m. the suspects returned to the business to commit the offense. Shoe and tire tread photos were recovered at the scene. The males smashed out the front entry door with a yellow handled sledge hammer.

The males entered the store and attempted to attach a yellow tow strap to the automated teller machine to unsuccessfully pull it out of the store with their vehicle.

Those with information should call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.

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