LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –
2 people residing in the southwest valley stated they believe the exact same suspect robbed their homes just a day apart. Both victims captured the thefts on electronic camera.
“He took a lap top, desktop computer, a lot of jewelry, and my wedding event ring,” Willy Cutlip stated.
Cutlip lives near Durango and Desert Inn. He stated he went to the fitness center Monday around 9:30 a.m.. While he was gone, security video tape-recorded a guy knocking on his door. When no one answered, Cutlip stated the guy made his way into his home through the backyard.
“He went around the back and used a crow bar to pry open the moving glass door that was locked,” he said.
Cutlip pulled into his driveway and faced the suspect walking out of his home with his snowboard and guitar, he said. Prior to he might get the man’s motorist’s license, the suspect entered a blue sedan and repelled.
“I posted a video I had captured on my Ring app [to social media] to see if anybody recognized him,” Cutlip stated.
Larissa Gallo and Victor Run live 9 miles away on El Capitan and Blue Diamond. The couple stated they acknowledged the man in Cutlip’s video due to the fact that they believe the exact same suspect robbed their home Tuesday prior to noon.
“It was the exact same man,” Gallo stated.
“The exact same automobile, same man. It’s all the exact same,” Run stated.
Gallo stated the man took about $5,000 worth of products consisting of laptop computers, cameras and jewelry.
City police are investigating both cases.
Anybody with details on a possible suspect in this case was asked to call Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-285-5555.
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