Two suspects at large, accused of stealing from vehicles parked in Menomonee Falls

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MENOMONEE FALLS — Menomonee Falls police are seeking two suspects accused of entering vehicles in the parking lot of a business, and stealing items from those vehicles.

Police say on Tuesday, December 29th shortly before noon, two black males entered three parked vehicles in a manufacturing company’s parking lot — removing a Ruger 9mm SR9 handgun with a black holster, a cell phone, jumper cables and a phone charger.

Police say in one of these incidents the suspects forced entry into a trunk.

The suspects then fled the scene in an orange Kia Forte four-door vehicle with a temporary Texas license plate of: DRT-5965.

Police say these suspects fled from an officer east on Brown Deer Road from 124th Street and south of 91st before the pursuit was terminated.

Menomonee Falls police say they received a call from Milwaukee police indicating the suspect vehicle, which had been stolen, was recovered on Tuesday night.

The suspects remain at large.

Menomonee Falls theft from vehicles

Menomonee Falls theft from vehicles


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