The Unified Police Department on Monday enlisted the public's help in halting a burglary and credit card fraud crime spree perpetrated by a man and woman team.
UPD Lt. Justin Hoyal said it all began June 24 with a break-in at a Riverton home. While the homeowner was mowing the lawn, the male suspect a white 5-foot-10 male weighing about 210 pounds, with short brown hair in a Mohawk cut, tattoos on his legs and signs of a recent right forearm injury drove into the residence's driveway.
The suspect then walked inside the home's garage, smashed the window of a vehicle parked inside and stole several items, including credit cards. The suspect fled before the homeowner could see him but a security camera captured images of the intruder.