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Tarentum Police looking for burglary suspects

Madasyn Czebiniak
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Tarentum police are looking for help in indentifying two people who broke into a house in the borough. The break-in was reported to police Tuesday, April 23, 2019.
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Tarentum police are looking for help in indentifying two people who broke into a house in the borough. The break-in was reported to police Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

Tarentum police are looking for two men accused of breaking into and stealing items from a borough home on Tuesday.

Police Chief Bill Vakulick said the burglary was reported to police shortly before noon Tuesday. It occurred in the 600 block of Second Avenue.

Police believe one of the men boosted the other up to a second-story window to get inside. That man then let his partner in through a door.

The suspects made off with an Xbox, an Xbox controller and miscellaneous Xbox games. Police on Wednesday were waiting to hear if anything else was taken.

Police shared a video of the suspected burglars on their Facebook page.

They are asking anyone who knows the identity of the two men to call them at 724-224-1515 or 412-473-3056. People can also reach out via Facebook.

Madasyn Czebiniak is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Madasyn at 724-226-4702, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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