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3 sought in North Las Vegas business burglary

Police release video today of the September crime

Business burglary

North Las Vegas Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying three suspects involved in the Sept. 17, 2009 burglary of Belle's Handbags located at 4040 W. Craig Road.

Burglary

North Las Vegas police are asking for the public's help in finding three burglars who broke into a shop last month in the northern Las Vegas Valley. Authorities today released surveillance video of the burglary with hopes someone will recognize the three men.

Officers responded at 6:11 a.m. on Sept. 17 to Belle's Handbags, 4040 W. Craig Road, in response to the burglary. Three men had forced their way into the business by breaking through a wall, causing considerable damage to the wall between the shop and a vacant suite next door, police said.

Police estimated the three burglars took about $2,000 in merchandise.

All three are described as white and about 20 to 25 years old, police said. One wore a red baseball cap with a "C" on it, a white T-shirt, red and black basketball shorts and white shoes, police said.

Another has long brown hair, a large mustache and wore a black hat with a white symbol on the front, a black T-shirt and black shorts.

The third wore a black White Sox hat, a black shirt and black basketball shorts.

Anyone with information regarding the crime or those involved is being urged to call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

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