Surveillance photos were made public Tuesday in an effort to find two men who broke into a residence in the South Park neighborhood that was under renovation and stole a high-end stove.
One of the suspects pried open a window to gain entry to the unoccupied home at 2832 Beech St. on Dec. 29, then opened a door and let the second in, according to a statement from the San Diego Police Department. The pair apparently knew where surveillance cameras were placed around the house and pushed them up toward the ceiling.
Police said they got away with a Bertazzoni stove worth about $5,000. It was the second high-end appliance taken that week from a home that was being remodeled before it could be sold.
Anyone with additional information on the thefts was asked to call police detectives at (619) 744-9534. Those with information on the suspects or may have been the victim of a similar crime was asked to call police at (619) 531-2000 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.
—City News Service
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