WEATHERFORD — A rash of vehicle burglaries has Weatherford Police looking for help finding the criminals.

Police have responded to several vehicle burglaries in the southern section of the city in the last week. Investigators believe the same suspects are responsible for some or all of the burglaries.

On July 29, officers responded to two vehicle burglaries, one in the 100 block of East Josephine Street and one in the Target parking lot at 122 I-20 East, where stereo equipment was removed from the victims’ vehicles as well as a gray and black Sunmount golf bag with golf clubs.

On July 31, WPD officers responded to Alford Drive in regards to vehicle burglaries that occurred at the Motel 6 and the Comfort Suites. At Motel 6, suspects removed several plumbing tools and an extension cord from the victim’s bed-mounted toolbox. At Comfort Suites, suspects removed gas cans containing unleaded fuel as well as a generator from the victim’s two company trucks.

The only suspect information at this time was provided by a witness was in the Lowe’s area when the burglary at Target occurred.

The witness advised seeing a white male approximately 5 feet, 8 inches tall with medium length light brown hair, dark pants and a light colored T-shirt inside the victim’s truck just before the victim discovered the burglary.

“In the past, the public has been a tremendous help in solving these types of crimes,” said Interim Chief Greg Lance, “If anyone recognizes any of the above described property or suspect, we encourage them to give Crimestoppers a call where they can remain anonymous and earn a monetary reward.”

A $1,000 reward will be paid for this information and you may remain anonymous.

If you have any information leading to the arrest and indictment of the persons involved in this crime, call Parker County Crime Stoppers today at (817) 599-5555 or (800) 942-STOP.

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