Morro Bay police are trying to find two males tied to a string of auto burglaries early Sunday morning who, following the automotive break-ins, used stolen bank cards to make purchases at native companies.
At about 7 a.m., a 911 caller reported a suspicious individual checking automotive doorways and peering into autos. The caller reported seeing a person carrying black clothes and a black hat drive away from the realm in a white Hyundai sedan, in response to the Morro Bay Police Division.
Then at about eight a.m., police began receiving calls about car burglaries all through Morro Bay. The primary reported housebreaking occurred within the 2500 block of Laurel Avenue.
Callers reported a number of different automotive burglaries within the northern space of the town. Moreover, there have been car burglaries within the 1100 block of Balboa Avenue and the 900 block of Marina Avenue.
A lot of the break-ins have been reported to have occurred between 5 a.m. and seven a.m.
The burglars stole a number of gadgets from every car, together with wallets and purses. A number of victims reported their bank cards had been used at companies in Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo.
Investigators decided one of many suspects used stolen bank cards at Albertsons and Ceremony Help in Morro Bay. Police describe the suspect as a white man who’s between 5 foot 7 inches and 5 foot 10 inches tall, with a medium construct and facial hair. He was carrying a black hat and a black sweatshirt, and was seen fleeing in a white Chevrolet four-door pickup.
The second suspect used stolen bank cards on the San Luis Obispo Goal. Police describe him as a white man between 5 ft 6 inches and 5 ft 9 inches tall, with a medium construct, bald head and a goatee. Sporting a grey North Face sweatshirt, he was seen leaving in a black Chrysler sedan with tinted home windows.
Anybody who has details about the incident is requested to name Morro Bay police at (805) 772-6225 or SLO County Crime Stoppers at (805) 549-STOP.