Burglary Detectives Seeking Public's Help Identifying a "Ninja" and a "Bandit"

December 13, 2013 17:59

  

Portland Police Bureau Burglary detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects involved in a September 2013 commercial burglary in Downtown Portland.

On September 30, 2013, at approximately 2:30 a.m. the two suspects broke into Check Cash Pacific, located at 418 Southwest 2nd Avenue, and stole several thousand dollars worth of gift cards.

The suspects also cut a hole in the wall between this business and the neighboring Big Town Hero sandwich shop.

The two suspects were caught on camera. One suspect was dressed in all black, including a face covering and the other wearing a dark-colored track jacket and a green bandana covering the lower half of his face. Detectives have nicknamed the two "The Ninja" and "The Bandit" based on their descriptions.

A surveillance photo of the two has been released to assist the public in identification.

Anyone with information about the identities of these burglary suspects is asked to contact Sergeant Mike Frome at (503) 823-0408 or michael.frome@portlandoregon.gov, reference Portland Police Bureau Case #13-82294.

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