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City Surveillance Cameras Catch Images of Burglary Incident

Buffalo police are releasing City Surveillance Camera System photos in connection with a burglary that occurred last week on Minnesota Avenue. The incident happened Thursday, March 28th, some time after 8:30am at a home in the 500 block of Minnesota Avenue.

E District Detectives say the suspects entered a home through a window and made off with electronics including a TV, computer and other items.

Some of the items taken were later recovered at another address.

City Surveillance Cameras located at Minnesota and Suffolk Avenue caught images of two persons of interest in the case:

Person of Interest#1: 5'9-5'10 tall, young black male, approx. 140-150 pounds - last seen wearing a grey jacket with writing on the back and a red hoody underneath, dark pants.

Person of Interest#2: 5'4 -5'5 tall, young black male, approx 120 pounds dark skinned and skinny - last seen wearing what looks a like a dark colored Columbia coat and grey jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to call or text the Confidential TIPCALL Line at (716)847-2255 or e-mail the department at www.bpdny.org