Fort Smith Police Searching For Pair Wanted For Vehicle Break-Ins

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FORT SMITH (KFSM) — Fort Smith police are still searching for two individuals who are wanted for a string of vehicle breaking and entering thefts.

In October, the man and woman pair allegedly stole a woman’s purse from a vehicle parked outside of El Lorito, and made several expensive purchases using stolen debit and credit cards.

Their most recent theft came Monday (Nov. 23) in Fort Smith, according to a press release from the Fort Smith Police Department. They have also been connected to thefts in Bryant, Little Rock, Conway, Russellville and Manchester, Tennessee.

Many of the incidents have happened in restaurant parking lots, both during the day and night, the release states.

Police believe they are driving a maroon, early 2000 model Ford F-150. They estimate their ages to be between 25-35.

Police said they received an anonymous tip on Nov. 27, advising the names of the two suspects are Tiffany and Ross. No last names were given.

Anyone with information about the two persons of interest pictured is encouraged to call the Fort Smith Police Department at 479-709-5100 or 78-CRIME.


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