Burglary Suspect Leaves DNA at Medical Complex | Crime

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Burglary Suspect Leaves DNA at Medical Complex
Burglary Suspect Leaves DNA at Medical Complex

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- A burglary suspect who struck a medical complex left behind some DNA evidence and a few pictures of himself; now police need to find him.

According to St. Johns County Sheriff's Office spokesman Kevin Kelshaw, the burglary was discovered on the morning of Sept. 2 when employees showed up to find a broken window at the St. Johns Medical Park in St. Augustine South.

The employees reported a laptop, a camera a heat gun and two bank cards missing.

The suspect was able to use one of the cards to withdraw money from the Bank of America branch on U.S. 1 south.

A surveillance camera captured three images of the suspect.

Kelshaw said detectives have discovered DNA evidence in several parts of the office, but the sheriff's office has not released a positive identification of the suspect.

If you know anything that can help find him, call Crime Stoppers at 888-277-TIPS (8477).  You will remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward if your information leads to an arrest.



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