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Help police identify burglary suspects

Posted at 6:09 AM, Dec 24, 2015
By simply not answering your front door, you could find yourself a victim of burglary.  
 
Police are asking for the public's help in finding three suspects seen in surveillance video, who they believe, ring doorbells until they find a house with nobody home.  
 
Police got a call of a burglary on Alzina Court in northwest Las Vegas, and found the doorbell camera surveillance video showing the three suspects.  
 
Police say the suspects can be seen ringing doorbells, and after no response, go to the backyard to gain entry into the residence.
 
The first suspect is described as a black female adult, seen in surveillance video wearing a gray hoodie, blue jeans, and light colored shoes.  
 
The second is also a black female adult, seen in surveillance video wearing a black jacket with a scarf and dark pants.  
 
The third suspect is a black male adult seen in surveillance video wearing a multi colored jacket, striped shirt, and has a short beard.     
 
"It's a shame, especially this time of year, with everything going on with the holidays, and I think the last thing people need to worry about is this," says one neighbor, Steve Begalman.  
 
"For those folks who know them and can get them caught and off the streets, that would be great."  
 

 
If you have any information regarding the identities of these suspects please call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.