Police Investigate Roof Burglaries in South Miami-Dade

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    Miami-Dade Police are looking for a pair of burglars who have broken into a local business through the roof or walls on several occasions. Miami-Dade Police Det. Robin Pinkard and storeowner Karim Masud discussed the case.

    Miami-Dade Police are looking for a pair of burglars who have broken into a local business through the roof or walls on several occasions. 

    The most recent burglary happened May 5 at a market at 11607 Southwest 216th St. in Miami, police said.

    About $7,500 worth of property and lottery tickets were stolen from that location, police said.

    RAW VIDEO: Surveillance of Miami Roof Burglars

    [MI] RAW VIDEO: Surveillance of Miami Roof Burglars
    Miami-Dade Police are looking for a pair of burglars who went through a roof to steal from a business. Police released surveillance video of the pair.

    Police believe the burglars enter through the roofs or walls of adjacent businesses. Surveillance footage caught the incident on video, police said.

    The video shows the suspects climb down through the roof before they ransack the store and leave back through the roof.

    Police are asking anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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