Washington County needs public’s help identifying burglary suspects

WASHINGTON COUNTY — The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s help in identifying and locating suspects in a residential burglary earlier this week.

(Source: WCSD)
(Source: WCSD)

According to deputy reports, at approximately 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, a home in the southwest corner of Washington County was burglarized Reports indicate a large amount of jewelry and cash were taken from the home.

Among items taken were a wide, silver band ring from Tiffany & Company; a 1989 woman’s Carlyle High School class ring; a 1958 Mater Dei High School class ring;a man’s silver bracelet engraved on the underside with the words, love, river flows;. A yellow gold necklace with a teardrop pendant and small diamonds, along with the matching earrings; a man’s silver/tungsten brick design wedding band; a silver cocktail ring with three round diamonds, the ring is approximately 40 years old; and an open heart silver necklace, earrings and bracelet set.

Photos show the two suspects and a partial view of their car which is missing the gas cap cover.

The male suspect has tattoos on his calves, and a wallet with a chain attached. The female suspect has very long, dark hair.

Anyone with information identifying the suspects or their car are asked to contact Detective Tommy Moss at his office at 619-327-8274, or on his cell phone at 618-218-0474. You can also contact the anonymous tip line at 888-376-7847.