Rogers Police Searching For Two Burglary Suspects After Home Is Broken Into Twice

ROGERS (KFSM) -- Police are searching for two people who broke into a home recently.

They said they've identified the two responsible because the crime was caught on camera.

The home located in the 1300 block of South Monte Ne Road has been broken into twice. After the first time in July, the home owner installed cameras and security signs on the doors in case the home was broken into again, but that didn't stop one of the two suspects bellowing up to the door, and using bolt cutters to get inside.

A woman used the bolt cutters and made her way inside. She took several items and ran outside. After, a man lurked in, stole even more items before the two fled the scene.

The most recent burglary happened about 2:35 p.m. Oct. 9, but the suspects haven't been arrested as of yet, according to police.

The homeowners said several items were taken that would be valued between $10,000  and $20,000. An HP laptop, two jewelry boxes, a collection of necktie stick pins valued from $50 to $500, and $70 to $80 in quarters from the bedroom were all missing from the house, according to police.

Neighbor Anita Pedroza said, "We`ve been here for about 15 years. Usually it`s a really quiet neighborhood (and) I can`t believe they got broken into that many times in that short amount of time. I`m sorry for the people... ."