Deputies asking for help identifying Aloha home burglary suspects

Courtesy: Washington County Sheriff's Office

Washington County deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying two home burglary suspects who were caught on a surveillance camera.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said the images captured two men who allegedly stole a car and over $22,000 worth of property from an Aloha home on June 14.

Deputies said the home on Southwest 187th Avenue and Southwest Bany Street was burglarized while the homeowner was out of the country.

According to detectives, two men posing as construction workers used a pickup truck to steal electronics, jewelry, appliances, credit cards and other personal items. A silver 2012 Mercedes ML350 was also taken from the garage.

Deputies said the stolen credit cards were used at several downtown Portland stores including Fred Meyer, Macy’s and Sears.

A security camera at one of the stores captured the two suspects as they were using the credit cards.

Media Release: Help identify suspects associated w/ home burglary in Aloha where over $22K and vehicle were stolen— WC Sheriff's Office (@WCSheriff) July 14, 2017

Anyone with information on the suspects’ identities is asked to call the Washington County Sheriff's Office non-emergency dispatch (503)-629-0111.

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