Fort Lauderdale Police Seeking Suspects in Shooters Burglary

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The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is investigating a bold act of theft that occurred at Shooters in Fort Lauderdale.

See also: Shooters Shooting Incident Involved Miami-Dade Corrections Officer

On Friday, August 15 at around 9 a.m., two male suspects brazenly took 25 light fixtures located around the perimeter of the restaurant's parking lot.

According to a release issued by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department earlier today, the men "entered the parking lot and dismantled 25 individual light fixtures.

"Once the suspects dismantled and cut the wires to each light, they plced them into black trash bags and fled from the business with over $5,000 worth of property,"

Police released surveillance footage of the suspects, who were caught in the act:

Anyone with further information regarding this incident or the identity of these suspects is encouraged to contact Detective Michael Benson at 954-828-6561 or the Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477(TIPS).

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