Sulphur Springs Police Department investigators are seeking assistance from the public in identifying two people considered “persons of interest” in a burglary that occurred on Jan. 13, 2021 at the Super Handy at 1401 College St. Detective Brian Shurtleff posted images captured from video of the pair he is hoping to identify and locate in connection with the Super Handy burglary.
The burglary of the College Street Super Handy is believed to have occurred overnight, after midnight but before dawn. The burglary is the second reported in less than a week at the business. A window was damaged at the convenience store on Jan. 9 and less than $100 worth of coins were reported to have been stolen.
Also on Jan. 13, a Dodge Ram pickup and gooseneck flat bed trailer were reported to have been stolen after 1 a.m. from a rental business in the 1400 block of East Shannon Road.
One of the individuals pictured in the images posted on SSPD’s Facebook page show what appear to be a male with dark hair, reddish orange, white and gray shirt and a bag. The other depicts a person with what appears to be dark hair wearing a blue shirt or jacket over a white shirt, blue or gray jeans or pants and white shoes, a blue and white facemask and what looks like a backpack.
Anyone who has interest regarding the identity of the “persons of interest” sought in connection with the Jan. 13 Super Handy burglary are asked to contact SSPD Detective Brian Shurtleff at 903.885.7602 or Crime Stoppers at 903.885.2020. Tips to Crime Stoppers are handled in such a way that the caller’s identity remains confidential, but could result in a monetary reward if the information leads to an arrest and/or conviction in the burglary case.
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