Tuesday, October 21, 2014

News
Police seeking suspects in apartment garage thefts
by Becky Mortensen


BROWN DEER---The Brown Deer Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects involved in car thefts.

They happened back on November 20th just after 1:00 a.m. That's when one male suspect gained entry to the Northpointe Apartment complex on N. Green Bay Rd. by ringing the doorbells of multiple residents until he was let in.

Once inside, the suspect went to the underground parking area of the apartment complex and let in a second subject in a vehicle.

Several cars were entered, damaged, and items were stolen. The suspects left in the vehicle together.

This first suspect is described as a black male in his late teens or early 20's. He is between 5’08” and 5’11" with a slim build. The suspect was wearing a black hooded Adidas zip-up sweatshirt with white stripes going down the sleeves, tan pants, and hot pink tennis shoes.

Police did not have a description for the second suspect who entered in the vehicle. The vehicle is possibly an older model, four door, silver Nissan Maxima with possible front hood damage

If anyone has any information about the suspects, please contact Lieutenant George King at the Brown Deer Police Department at 414-371-2900.