Burglary suspects caught on video identified - Tucson News Now

Burglary suspects caught on video identified

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is asking for help locating two people believed to appear in a surveillance video shot at a residence on Tucson's northwest side.

Deputies are investigating an incident in which two people, a man and a woman are seen approaching the residence before the video camera is disconnected. After the video was released to the public, tips came in that led police to believe that Simon Peter Lopez, 33, and Christina Marie Paulson, 31, are the people in the video.

According to a news release from the Sheriff, the vehicle in the video, a Toyota FJ Cruiser was stolen in a separate incident. The vehicle has been recovered by deputies.

The news release said someone forced entry into the home in the 600 block of East Canyon View Drive on Sept. 30 and went through the owner's belongings. However, it appeared that nothing had been taken.

Detectives have obtained arrest warrants for Lopez and Paulson and are now asking for the public's help finding the two. Anyone with information should call 911 or 88-CRIME.

The two were known to hang out in the area of Prince Road and Stone Avenue.

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