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Police search for thieves who broke into cars at San Diego cemetery on Veterans Day

San Diego police are asking for the public’s help in finding two people who burglarized cars parked at a cemetery on Veterans Day and stole credit cards that they then used to purchase items worth $3,500, officials said.

The thieves broke into three vehicles parked at Miramar National Cemetery on Noble Drive around 2:20 p.m. on Nov. 11, police said. They took various items from the vehicles, including purses, and used stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases at a gas station and Walmart in Encinitas, totaling approximately $3,500. according to police.

Investigators found surveillance video showing a white 2013 Lexus ES model in the area, as well as images of two men at the Walmart and Shell station.

On November 11, 2023, three vehicles were broken into while parked at the Veterans Cemetery located at 5795 Noble Drive. Police are looking for a white 2013 Lexus ES model and two unknown men.

(San Diego Police Department)

One suspect was described as a white male wearing dark glasses, wearing a dark-colored plaid button-up shirt and dark-colored pants. The second suspect was a white male wearing a dark colored hat, a white long sleeve t-shirt and dark colored pants.

Three vehicles were broken into at a cemetery located at 5795 Noble Drive on November 11, 2023.

Police have released a surveillance photo of one of two suspects wanted in the Nov. 11 vehicle burglaries at Miramar National Cemetery.

(San Diego Police Department)

Anyone with information about the case was asked to call San Diego police at (858) 523-7039 or the Crime Stoppers anonymous line at (888) 580-8477 or visit sdcrimestoppers.org to submit a information. A reward of up to $1,000 was being offered for information leading to an arrest.

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