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Sweeny Police & Columbia-Brazoria ISD Police Ask Public for Help to Identify Burglary Suspects


During the late evening or night of Tuesday, July 12, 2005, the Maintenance/Transportation Building of the Sweeny ISD, located in the 400 block of E. Sixth Street, was burglarized.  Considerable damage was caused to the building.  Once inside, the burglars forcefully entered two vending machines.  The total damage caused was approximately $6,200.

The Columbia-Brazoria ISD also suffered a burglary in which vending machines were also forcefully entered.  Photographic images were captured from video surveillance sources and transferred to CD.  Four black male suspects can be seen inside the school.

Sweeny Police and Columbia-Brazoria ISD Police are asking the public for help to identify these four burglary suspects.  The photos are displayed below.

Burglary Suspects

Photo #1

Suspect No.1 (left) and No. 2 (right).



Burglary Suspects

Photo #2

Suspect No.1 (left) and No. 2 (right).

(Same as Photo #1 but in black & white)



Burglary Suspects

Photo #3

Suspect No. 3 (left) and Suspect No. 2 (right).



Burglary Suspects

Photo #4

Suspect No.4

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sweeny Police Department at 979-548-3111 or via e-mail at tips@sweenypolice.org.  Or, contact the Columbia-Brazoria ISD Police at 979-345-5147 extension 2205.

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