Killeen police and Bell County Crime Stoppers are hoping the public can help them identify two burglary suspects recently captured on surveillance footage.

According to Bell County Crime Stoppers, two people forced entry into a residence in the 700 block of Trimmier on March 1st and stole property worth $7,000.

Now, detectives are looking for them. The images aren't in bright, vivid quality, but investigators are hoping someone out there will either recognize these guys or know something about the burglary that could be helpful.

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If you have any information that may lead to an arrest, you are encouraged to contact Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS (8477).  There’s also an app to download -  P3Tips on iPhone or Android if you want to leave an anonymous tip.

Information given to Crime Stoppers is anonymous and confidential, and if the information you give leads to an arrest, you could receive a cash reward of up to $1,000.

By the way, Bell County Crime Stoppers has a page dedicated to local missing person cases, some going back as far as the 1980's. Each one represents family and friends who are desperate for information about their loved one and looking for their safe return or some sort of closure.

Take a look at the Missing Persons page and consider sharing it. You never know - you may recognize someone or be able to get eyes on that page that will know something about what happened to these people.

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