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PHOTOS: Spokane County detectives looking for identity of possible burglary suspects

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If you recognize these guys, please call Detective Pat Bloomer at 509-477-3329 If you recognize these guys, please call Detective Pat Bloomer at 509-477-3329
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - Spokane County Sheriff's detectives are hoping you can help them identify the two men in the attached pictures. 

Deputy Mark Gregory told KHQ detectives believe the two men may have knowledge of a burglary that happened at a home near West Valley High School on December 30th or 31st. Detectives say the two men may have tried to sell some of the items that were stolen during the burglary. 

The vehicles in the pictures may be associated with the suspects as they appeared to have received rides to difference locations in the vehicles. 

If you have information regarding this burglary or can help detectives identify these men or the vehicles is urged to call Detective Pat Bloomer at 509-477-3329.

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