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Police Hunt Suspects in Manhattan Burglary Spree, 26 Homes Hit

Police say the burglaries began in early February

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    Police are looking for two men they say have been on a burglary spree in Manhattan, hitting as many as 26 homes in just six weeks. Ida Siegal reports. (Published Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014)

    Police are looking for two men they say have been on a burglary spree in Manhattan, hitting as many as 26 homes in just six weeks.
    The suspects have lifted electronics and other valuables from homes in lower Manhattan, Chinatown and the West Village, according to the NYPD.
    The pattern began Feb. 5, and the last known burglary attributed to the pair was Monday, March 17.
    In some cases there is no sign of forced entry, police say.

    The NYPD has released photos of the two suspects taken in a PATH station before two of the burglaries (see above).