NORTH RICHLAND HILLS -- Police asked for help Wednesday to identify four men suspected of breaking into a Metro PCS on July 18 and stealing about $4,000 worth of equipment and cash.
Investigators released photographs taken from a store surveillance camera. A video of the burglary also was released.
Authorities believe that the men could be responsible for other similar burglaries at businesses in Northeast Tarrant County in recent weeks.
In the North Richland Hills case, the burglars broke into the store shortly before 4:30 a.m. on July 18. One of the men used a brick to smash a front door at the store in the 5600 block of Rufe Snow Drive.
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Two men covered their faces while the other two did not, police said.
Last week, a man used a brick to break into three businesses in Colleyville, police said.
Anyone with information on the North Richland Hills case or any other similar burglary, should call North Richland Hills police 817-427-7000.