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Monday, March 26, 2012

LRPD: car breakers working Pinnacle Mtn, Big Dam, Maumelle Park

Posted By on Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:38 PM

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The Little Rock Police Department sent out an alert today on two Mercedes-driving car breakers who have apparently been smashing into cars parked in spots popular with walkers, joggers, bikers and hikers.

The suspects — two white, older females — are believed to be driving a silver Mercedes SUV. The LRPD news release says robbers have smashed windows and stolen purses from cars at the Big Dam Bridge, the new bridge on River Mountain Road, and Pinnacle Mountain State Park. The thieves usually strike when the area is very busy, police said, and later pass checks or use credit cards taken from the purses.

The good news is, police have a clear photo of the suspects (seen above) which appears to have been taken by an ATM machine. The photo of the suspects' silver Mercedes appears below. Anyone who knows these suspects is asked to call LRPD Detectives at 918-3532.

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