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Erlanger police search for smash-and-grab suspects

The pair were caught on surveillance cameras at the Speedway on Buttermilk Pike early Monday morning. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department) The pair were caught on surveillance cameras at the Speedway on Buttermilk Pike early Monday morning. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department)
Both appear to be wearing masks, and took off with cigarette cartons, according to police. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department) Both appear to be wearing masks, and took off with cigarette cartons, according to police. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department)
The suspect took off in a dark-colored vehicle, police said. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department) The suspect took off in a dark-colored vehicle, police said. (Photo: Facebook/Erlanger Police Department)
ERLANGER, KY (FOX19) -

Erlanger police are asking for help identifying two suspects wanted in a Memorial Day smash-and-grab.

The pair were caught on surveillance cameras at the Speedway on Buttermilk Pike early Monday morning.

Both appear to be wearing masks, and took off with cigarette cartons, according to police.

They took off in a dark-colored vehicle.

If you recognize either suspect, contact Erlanger Detective Jeff Mosier at 859-727-2424 or Crimestoppers, 513-352-3040.

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