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Worthington Police Department seeks public help identifying burglary suspect

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington Police Department is asking the public's help in identifying a masked suspect depicted in video surveillance footage from a weekend burglary at Pizza Ranch in Worthington.

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Two images of a masked burglary suspect involved in an early Saturday morning burglary of Pizza Ranch. (Worthington Police Department)
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WORTHINGTON - The Worthington Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying a masked suspect depicted in video surveillance footage from a weekend burglary at Pizza Ranch in Worthington.

The department posted its request, along with still images from surveillance video, to its social media pages on Monday.

According to Worthington Sgt. Brett Wiltrout, a burglary alarm was activated at 2:39 a.m. Jan. 19 at the 1132 West Oxford St. business. Responding officers observed a black pickup in the vicinity, but it is unknown at this point of the investigation if it was connected, Wiltrout said.

As of Monday afternoon the extent of what was taken was still unknown and the investigation remains open, Wiltrout said.

He encouraged individuals from the public that may identify the suspect based on their clothing or personal mannerisms to call WPD’s non-emergency line, 295-5400. For those who wish to remain anonymous, send “372DTF” along with the anonymous tip to 847411.

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