Suspect Sought in Pompano Beach Home Burglary: BSO

The suspect ransacked the house, taking a flat-screen TV, silver coins and the two firearms, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said

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    Authorities are looking for a man who was caught on surveillance cameras stealing two firearms from a Pompano Beach home. Resident Tom Terwilliger and BSO spokeswoman Keyla Concepcion discussed the case.

    Authorities are looking for a man who was caught on surveillance cameras stealing two firearms from a Pompano Beach residence.

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    On Feb. 25, the suspect entered the home by breaking the rear bathroom window. He ransacked the house, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said.

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    Broward Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect who ransacked a Pompano Beach home, taking a flat screen TV, silver coins and the two firearms, Broward Sheriff’s Office said.

    "Took my 40-inch color television, took a couple handguns, rifled through the entire house," homeowner Tom Terwilliger said.

    The suspect also took some silver coins that Terwilliger said his father saved back in the 1940s and 1950s.

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    The home’s surveillance cameras were rolling as the suspect walked through the home with his face partially covered.

    Detectives are concerned that the guns could end up being used in another crime, BSO spokeswoman Keyla Concepcion said.

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    Anyone with information about this burglary or the identity of the suspect is asked to contact BSO Detective Scott Schaefer at 954-786-4371 or Broward Crime Stoppers.