SOMERSET - Pulaski County Sheriff's Department has put faces, but not names, on the two suspects wanted in a string of rushed break-ins early Tuesday morning. Deputies are hoping the public can help solve what was one of the quickest crime sprees in the county.
About 1 a.m. Tuesday, the two broke into four Pulaski stores within 46 minutes, followed closely by two Lincoln County stores.
"It's very unusual to see that many burglaries in that short amount of time," said Lt. Brett R. Whitaker of the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department. An 18-year veteran of the force, Whitaker called the spree "very unique."
Images from the security camera at Eastway Market in Somerset show the two men in dark clothing and ski hats prying open the double glass doors. The cameras also caught the suspects rummaging behind the counter and emptying the cash register.