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Deputies looking for burglary suspect in Spring Hill

SPRING HILL — Hernando County sheriff's deputies are asking residents to remain on the lookout for a suspect in a pawn shop burglary who has not yet been located.

Deputies on Monday morning were searching in the area of Pristine Place, the Hibiscus Springs apartment complex and the Suncoast Parkway and asked that residents in that area remain indoors with doors and windows locked and call 911 if they see anything suspicious.

The burglary took place at 4:15 a.m. at Gold-N-Pawnd at 5224 Mariner Blvd. Four suspects left the scene, making it to the Suncoast Parkway and Spring Hill Drive before their vehicle, which was reported stolen from the Orlando area, became inoperable and they fled on foot. Three male suspects — ages 12, 15 and 16 — were apprehended.

Authorities said the suspect they were seeking was a black male wearing a hoodie and a white tank top. Additional details were not available.

Deputies looking for burglary suspect in Spring Hill 06/19/17 [Last modified: Monday, June 19, 2017 9:15pm]
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