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AUTO BURGLARIES - SURVEILLANCE PHOTOS
Four daytime auto burglaries occurred in Ocala on 10/11/10, and Detectives are releasing surveillance photos of one of the victim's credit cards being used at a store.
On Monday, 10/11/10, three vehicles were broken into in the parkinglot of Compass Health and Fitness, 524 S. Pine Ave. and one was broken into in the parking lot of Lifetime Fitness Center, 1100 SW 1st. Ave. in Ocala. All of the vehicles had a window smashed out and a purse or wallet stolen. At Lifetime, a witness saw a suspicious black male, standing about 5'9" to 5'10" tall, and wearing a black hoodie jacket with the hood on his head, around the victim's vehicle in the parking lot. The witness advised that he got into the passenger seat of a silver 4-door SUV-type vehicle and left the area when hospital security came into the parking lot.

While working the auto burglaries, one of the victims at Compass advised that his credit card had been used at the Pilot Truck Stop, located at Hwy 484 and I75. Detective James Deas was able to obtain surveillance of the subjects who used the card. All three arrived in a silver 4-door vehicle that resembles a Ford Flex. Two are dressed similarly in white tank tops and jeans; the third has on long shorts and a dark colored hoodie.

Detectives are releasing these photos in the hopes of someone coming forward with information on their identities and/or whereabouts. Photos can be viewed in our Photo Gallery in the folder titled "Surveillance", or on our Facebook page.

Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to contact the Ocala Police Department at 352-369-7000 or, to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352-368-STOP(7867) or www.ocalacrimestoppers.com


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