Two burglaries reported at two different businesses in Mammoth Lakes this week. Mammoth Police have asked for the public’s help in identifying suspects that were videotaped by surveillance cameras.
The owner of TONIC reported that on Tuesday March 27, at about 2:30 in the afternoon an unknown female suspect entered her store and stole a “Free People” purple crochet women’s sweater and a gold & silver metallic “Elise” women’s dress belt.
The owner described the suspect as a female white, 5’7” tall, about 140 pounds, straight long dark colored hair, wearing a grayish fur coat, pink colored short sleeve shirt and what appeared to be loose fitting sweat pants with a floral design. The suspect then exited the business without attempting to pay for the stolen items.
The owner of Mammoth Mountaineering related that on March 24, between 8 and 8:30 in the morning, two male adults entered his store and stole a “GoPro” HD Digital video camera and additional accessories. One of the two subjects had cut the metal security wire that secures that “GoPro” to the display. The second subject involved stole accessories off the display and shoved them down his pants.
Anyone with information regarding these three suspects should contact the Mammoth Lakes Police Department immediately. 760-934-2011.