Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Seek ‘Deadpool’ Hooded Burglary, Theft Suspects
By Space Coast Daily // January 12, 2016
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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two suspects dressed in “Deadpool” full zip hoodies, who broke the front door glass of a business and removed the ATM located in the rear of the building.
On Thursday, Jan. 7, at about 2:30 a.m., Deputies responded to an alarm at 4580 Grissom Parkway in unincorporated Cocoa. Upon arrival, the Deputies discovered that the front door glass of the business had been broken and the ATM Machine had been stolen.
Surveillance video shows two suspects dressed in “Deadpool” full zip hoodies breaking the front door glass and removing the ATM.
During the course of the burglary one suspect unzipped his hood, causing it to briefly fall off his head. No identifying information was observed for the second suspect.
The suspects loaded the ATM into the back of a 1999 Ford E-250 Van that was later reported stolen from a nearby dealership. However, the suspects were unable to leave the business parking lot with the ATM and left it in the back of the van.
The suspects are then seen on video being picked up by a white Chevy Tahoe.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspects, or has knowledge of similar cases, is asked to contact Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Agent Patrick Ferguson, West Precinct General Crimes, at Patrick.Ferguson@bcso.us, by telephone at 321-617-7306, or contact CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS.
ABOVE VIDEO: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two suspects dressed in “Deadpool” full zip hoodies, who broke the front door glass of a business located at 4580 Grissom Parkway, and removed the ATM located in the rear of the building.