Police investigate a burglary caught on tape near Sugar Land
Officials say entry to the apartment was made through a window near the front door
The Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers are offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect involved in an apartment burglary near Sugar Land.
Deputies were called to the Marquis of Sugar Land Apartments, at 10:30 a.m. on June 21.
According to officials, the entry was made through the window near the front door.
The resident of the apartment had installed a video system in his apartment.
One of the suspects is a black male in his mid 20s to early 30s in age.
He was wearing black shorts, a black shirt with a white or grey scull on the front and he was holding a white towel or a ripped up white shirt.
He had short black hair and a thin mustache.
The second suspect, who has already been identified by officials, was described as a Hispanic male, who also appeared to be in his mid 20s to early 30s.
He had short, black hair, thin sideburns that appeared to connect with a thin beard, a small patch of chin hair and was wearing glasses with a black frames.
The second suspect was wearing a gray t-shirt with a Transformers logo on the front.
He wore brown camouflage shorts and black shoes with red, white and blue soles.
If you have any information about the suspect please call:
- Fort Bend County sheriff's office at (281)-341-4665.
- Fort Bend Crime Stoppers (281)-342-8477.
Tips can also be submitted online.