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FW Police: Ryan Place targeted with motor vehicle burglaries

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The Ryan Place neighborhood has been targeted with multiple motor vehicle burglaries over the past few months (April-June), according to the Fort Worth Police Department.

From the Fort Worth Police Department:

One suspect involved in the burglaries has not been identified and continues to commit these burglaries. Spare change and miscellaneous items are usually taken from the vehicles, and several firearms have been stolen from different vehicles in the neighborhood. The suspect pulls guns out and points them at the victims/witnesses when he is confronted.

The suspect needed to be identified is a young black male. He has a thin build with short curly hair, always wears the same watch and white or light-colored Nike Air Foamposite shoes. He wears glasses. Anyone who recognizes this suspect is asked to call 817-392-3923. Anyone who sees this suspect is asked to call 911 – DO NOT confront him.


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