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Two men allegedly broke into Hanac Center on multiple occasions, stole iPads and cameras

March 19, 2015 By Christian Murray

Two men are wanted for breaking into the Hanac Community Center on multiple occasions and stealing iPads, cameras and gift cards.

The first incident occurred when the men allegedly entered the office, located at 23-16 30th Avenue, on Friday, March 6, at around 10:30 am and walked out with an iPad 2, according to police.

The following Sunday, March 8, the suspects allegedly broke into the Community Center overnight into March 9 and stole a Sony camera and two iPad tablets.

The men then broke into the center again overnight March 9-10 and allegedly pried open the rear window and removed gift cards and assorted tools.

The police said one of the suspects is believed to be a black male in his 20’s, while the other is a light-skinned male in his 20’s.

The police released a video of the suspects.

Anyone with information in regard to these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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