Video: Police looking for suspects in apartment complex burglary

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Three suspects are caught on camera burglarizing an apartment complex and the landlord thinks it’s an inside job.

The landlord did not want to be identified but says over $10,000 of valuables were taken and she has video to prove it.

Around midnight last Wednesday you can see 3 men walking up to the apartment in the 2700 block of Osage Street in south St. Louis.

You can see one of the suspects opening the latch to an outdoor air conditioning area.

According to the landlord there were two trips, the first looting trip.

You see two of the suspects taking one of the 3 ac units.  They also took 2 pressure washers, a radiator and the ac copper line according to the landlord.

The first round of looting took about 80 minutes. The suspects then came back, using a  crow bar to open the basement door.

The crooks took the 4th ac unit, more copper and a lawnmower.

On the second trip the surveillance video caught a good look at the truck the suspects were driving.

If you have any information about this robbery call the St. Louis police at 1-866-371-TIPS.

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