CHANDLER, AZ - Police are now asking for the public’s help in finding two women believed to be involved in a home burglary last month in Chandler.
In a news release sent out Wednesday, Detective Seth Tyler said the burglary happened on Galveston Street near Alma School and Ray roads sometime between June 13 and June 16.
Several credit cards were taken and used immediately, Tyler said.
The first suspect is a white or Hispanic female in her 20s with long dark hair. She has tattoos on both arms.
The second suspect is a Hispanic or black female in her late 20s or early 30s with dark hair. She has a heavy build, Tyler said.
He said detectives believe they’re driving a white passenger vehicle, possibly a Ford Focus.
If you recognize any of the suspects in the photo, you’re urged to call Chandler police at 480-782-4130 or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS (948-6377).
A reward up to $1,000 is available for information leading up to the arrests and/or indictment of the suspects.
When calling, reference the police report number 13-65534.
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