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Police in Wood River are asking for help identifying two suspects (Credit: Wood River Police Department) Police in Wood River are asking for help identifying two suspects (Credit: Wood River Police Department)

WOOD RIVER, Ill. (KMOV.com) – The Wood River Police Department identified two burglary suspects.

The suspects entered the A J Amoco Service, located at 15 North Sixth Street, around 7:40 Monday morning.

Police say that two juvenile suspects were identified, located and arrested on Tuesday. Their names will not be released due to the suspects being juveniles.

Anyone with information regarding the incident should contact the police department at 618-251-3113.

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***Press Release***At approx. 7:40 this morning we received a call of a burglary at A and J Amoco located at 15 N 6th St. We are asking for the publics help in identifying the two subjects in the below video. We know the faces are covered but we are looking for someone that can identify the subjects by thier clothing and the backpack used. If any has information contact our department at 618-251-3113 or leave a Facebook message.

Posted by Wood River Police Department on Monday, March 14, 2016

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