CrimeStoppers: Suspects Break Into Cars Parked in Church Parking Lot

By: Amy Long Email
By: Amy Long Email

On January 2, 2011, two vehicles were burglarized in the parking lot of the Good Samaritan Academy on Capital Circle near Southwood.

Moments later, one of the victims' credit cards was used at the Wal-Mart on West Tennessee Street..

Church members say now they think twice about leaving their belongings in the car.

Wilson Carlile attends the Good Samaritan Academy and says, "We were shocked and surprised by it. Especially in the church and day care environment. We didn't expect that."

Anitra Highland with the Tallahassee Police Department says, "Try not to leave your things in your car, especially out in the open. Like I said it's a crime of opportunity so, if the opportunity is there to take it and if that person has the criminal elements, they possibly may take it."

One suspect is described as a light-skinned black female, about 5 foot 6 inches with long hair.

The second suspect, seen here, is described as a black male, 6 feet tall, with a heavy build.

If you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at 574-tips

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