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Police asking for help in search for burglary suspect

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If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer
If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer
If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer
If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer
If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899. By Stephanie Baumer

(KMOV) -- Police in Maryville, Ill. are asking for help searching for a man who may have been involved in a residential burglary.

Police say that a man seen in surveillance photos, taken at a Circle K gas station in the 11000 block of Bellfontaine Rd., may have used stolen credit cards taken from a Maryville home.

The man in the photos is a white male wearing a camouflage ball cap and camouflage jacket.

The vehicle investigators are looking for is a red and silver or white pickup truck.

 

If you have information as to who the man is, you are asked to contact the police department by calling (618)344-8899.

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