What to Know
- Police are searching for the owners of the stolen property.
- Two men were arrested on suspicion of burglarizing yet another site.
- If you are the victim of a construction site burglary or have more information about the suspects, call 310-802-5133.
Police in Manhattan Beach on Tuesday sought the owners of equipment recovered following the arrest of two men in connection with a string of construction site burglaries.
The burglaries occurred this month and last throughout the city, according to the Manhattan Beach Police Department.
"Through video surveillance, Manhattan Beach detectives were able to identify two male suspects and their truck,'' according to a police statement.
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Javier Campos, 20, of Los Angeles and Carlos Alfredo Rueda, 22, of Inglewood, were arrested on Saturday after yet another construction site burglary, police said.
Police, who said they recovered "a significant amount of stolen property,'' asked anyone who has been the victim of a construction site burglary or has any additional information about the suspects to contact Detective Derek San Agustin at 310-802-5133. Rueda and Campos were each being held in lieu of $300,000 bail, according to sheriff's inmate records.