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  • Police seek help to identify burglary suspects

  • Police are trying to identify a pair of burglary suspects who broke into a Medford man's house Monday morning and stole a safe containing debit cards and a Rolex watch.
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  • Police are trying to identify a pair of burglary suspects who broke into a Medford man's house Monday morning and stole a safe containing debit cards and a Rolex watch.
    The thieves pulled out more than $5,000 from ATMs around the Rogue Valley before the cards were cancelled, according to a news release from the Medford Police Department.
    The burglary took place in the 200 block of Florence Avenue, Medford.
    Police caught a close-up glimpse of one of the suspects from a convenience store's surveillance camera, as well as footage of the suspects' vehicle, a white Ford F250 crew cab, but so far have been unable to identify the men.
    Both suspects are described as white and about 30 years old. One has a heavy build and the other thin, the release said.
    Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact MPD detective Tony Young at 541-774-2230.
    — Sam Wheeler
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