Two people were caught on a home surveillance camera trying to break into cars on October 6. The break-ins took place in the Copeland Farms subdivision in Greenfield. Police are hoping the video will help them track down the suspects.
HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. -- The Greenfield Police Department wants you to help them identify two people who were caught on home surveillance video trying to break into cars.
The incidents happened around 4 a.m. on October 6 in the Copeland Farms subdivision
The surveillance video shows two men trying to open the doors and looking into the windows of two cars parked in a driveway.
They are wearing light colored sweatshirts or jackets and dark pants. One suspect is wearing a backpack.
If you can identify the two people, or have any information, you’re asked to call Detective Sergeant Nichole Gilbert at 317-325-1286.
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