Air conditioning units stolen from Oro Valley hotel - Tucson News Now

Air conditioning units stolen from Oro Valley hotel

Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Suspects outside storage unit. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
Vehicle suspects were last seen driving. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Vehicle suspects were last seen driving. (Source: Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Oro Valley Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding two suspects that burglarized the Red Lion Inn and Suites, near Ina and Oracle.

It happened last around 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the hotel.
 
Police told Tucson News Now that a man and a woman were seen driving around the hotel. Investigators believe the two were checking out the area behind the hotel. The couple were seen in a maroon Chevrolet truck.
 
At some point, the two got out of the truck near storage units located behind the hotel. They opened one and took out two air-conditioning units. OVPD officials say the suspects then placed the two units in the back of the truck and take off.
 
The A/C units are similar to the ones that you would see at a hotel under a window, combined the units are worth about $1,200.
 
Anyone with information about this case, is asked to call the Oro Valley Police Department or 88-CRIME.

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