Deputies are looking for two males, believed to be teenagers, who authorities believe are behind at least one home burglary in Cooper City.
According to the Broward Sheriff's Office, surveillance video taken in early November from a Cooper City home shows the two males who appear to be working together.
One of the males acts as a lookout, while the other can be seen entering and exiting homes.
On November 2nd, a resident of a home on Forest Circle came home to find their kitchen window broken, and their bedroom ransacked. The homeowner reported jewelry and electronics had been stolen from the home.
A neighbor also reported that four of their window screens had been removed, although there were no signs of forced entry.
According to BSO, that same afternoon, a neighbor reported seeing a male in the neighborhood around 2:30 p.m. who had a cut on his arm and was bleeding.
The resident described the person as a white male, short in stature, with curly hair who appeared to be around 16-years-old.
He was seen wearing a light color, short-sleeve shirt, dark pants and was wearing a blue backpack.
The description of that suspect matches the suspect seen on surveillance video going in and out of homes, according to BSO.
The accomplice, who also appears to be roughly 16-years-old, is described as a tall white male with mid-length hair tied back in a ponytail.
He is seen wearing a black t-shirt, black socks and slippers. He has a large tattoo on his lower right leg.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Broward Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS.