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  • Arlington PD looks to ID two men allegedly burglarizing a home while dressed as "official" workers

    The Arlington Police Department is asking the public to help identify two men seen in a surveillance video dressed in green vests with latex gloves and holding paperwork, as if posing as "official" workers. They are seen at the front door, and then loading items into a truck in the 3500 block of Littlestone Drive.

Arlington PD looks to ID two men allegedly burglarizing a home while dressed as "official" workers

The Arlington Police Department is asking the public to help identify two men seen in a surveillance video dressed in green vests with latex gloves and holding paperwork, as if posing as "official" workers. They are seen at the front door, and then loading items into a truck in the 3500 block of Littlestone Drive.