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The suspects’ vehicle is a late-model four-door passenger car, possibly a 2008 through 2010 model year Ford Focus. There appeared to be two occupants in the vehicle. One of the suspects appears to be a white man, with no other physical description available.
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A frontal view of the suspect vehicle.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects in a recent residential burglary.
At approximately 6:16 p.m. on Monday, March 3, sheriff’s deputies responded to a residential burglary at a home in the 6600 block of Lebanon Road, Collinsville.
Deputies met with the victim, who reported an unknown person or people entered their home and stole a metal gun safe while the victim was absent. The suspect or suspects forced entry to the residence and removed the safe, which contained firearms, firearm ammunition, documents, U.S. currency and about 2 pounds of pure silver in the form of a single 10-ounce bar, 9 one-ounce bars, and 12 one-ounce coins.
During the investigation, deputies learned the suspect vehicle was captured on security surveillance as it was approaching, and leaving, the victim’s home. An examination of the surveillance video revealed the burglary occurred on March 3 at about 9:17 a.m.
The suspect or suspects fled the scene with the rear passenger side door of the vehicle open and the safe partially hanging out of the open door. The vehicle left the victim’s home traveling east on Lebanon Road toward Clay School Road.
The vehicle is a late-model four-door passenger car, possibly a 2008 through 2010 model year Ford Focus. There appeared to be two occupants in the vehicle. One of the suspects appears to be a white man, with no other physical description available.
Anyone with information related to the incident can contact the Sheriff’s Office at 618-692-4433 (Dispatch Center), 618-692-0871 (Investigative Division) or 618-296-3000 (Anonymous Tip Line).