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Anyone with information regarding these suspects of can help identify them is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233 and reference report #433667. Anyone with information regarding these suspects of can help identify them is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233 and reference report #433667.
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Detectives with the Spokane Valley Police Department are hoping you can help identify a man and woman caught using a credit card stolen during a recent burglary. 

Detectives say the home has been burglarized twice since August and during the burglaries handguns, credit cards, passports, birth certificates and several other items have been taken. Detectives say it is unknown if the people in the photos have information regarding the burglaries, but they want to identify them and speak with them as part of their investigation. 

The photos are from a video showing the man arriving in a pickup, meeting a woman, who exited the passenger side of a small silver car in the parking lot of the store. 

Anyone with information regarding these suspects of can help identify them is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233 and reference report #433667.

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