FBI: Burglary suspects took Glock, shotgun from agent's home

FBI: Burglary suspects took Glock, shotgun from agent's home

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The FBI is looking for two burglars who stole two government-issued guns from a fellow agent's home. The men were captured on surveillance cameras using the agent’s personal credit cards during a shopping spree at Willowbrook Mall, according to the FBI.

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by KHOU.com staff

FBI

Posted on September 30, 2013 at 2:08 PM

HOUSTON – FBI agents are working with Houston police to try and track down a pair of burglars who broke into a fellow agent’s home.

The suspects stole the FBI agent’s government-issued Glock-22 handgun and Remington 870 short-barreled shotgun. Both weapons were secured in a green gun locker, which was also stolen.

They also took several personal items from the home near Hollister and West Little York in northwest Houston.

The men were captured on surveillance cameras using the agent’s personal credit cards during a shopping spree at Willowbrook Mall, according to the FBI.

The first man is described as a Hispanic male with a heavy-set build. On September 24, he was wearing a white t-shirt with the logo "Play Cloths High Rollers" on the front. Later the same day, he was pictured wearing a black t-shirt and black shorts.  

The second man is described as a taller Hispanic male with a thin build. On September 24, he was wearing a red t-shirt shirt with the logo "Ca$h Only" on the front. He also had a large gold chain around his neck and a large white wrist watch. 

The suspects were last seen driving away from the Willowbrook Mall in a black four-door sedan.

Theft of government property is a federal felony.

They are also suspects in several other recent burglaries in northwest Houston.

Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging and arrest of anyone involved in the case. If you have information about this crime or the property stolen, please call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 713-222-TIPS (8477) or the Houston office of the FBI at 713-693-5000. 

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