Montgomery County looking for suspects in multiple break-ins

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office needs your help identifying these people. (Courtesy: Montgomery County)
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office needs your help identifying these people. (Courtesy: Montgomery County)

Montgomery County (WSLS 10) – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying the suspects involved in vandalism and breaking/entering of the Longshop/McCoy Fire Department, a nearby home, and a church in the McCoy area of Montgomery County.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office needs your help identifying these people. (Courtesy: Montgomery County)
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office needs your help identifying these people. (Courtesy: Montgomery County)

The Sheriff’s Office says each of these incidents caused property damage and there were multiple items stolen, to include, a dual cassette deck, 5 disc DVD player, microphone, microphone stand, audio mixer, 18 hp Briggs & Stratton, portable motor, and a various other items.  These incidents occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday September 17.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigations Captain Ed Hertling at (540) 382-6915 ext: 44418.

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