Video surveillance stills of unidentified suspects.

Courtesy Ventura County Sheriff's Office

Video surveillance stills of unidentified suspects.

Do You Recognize These Computer Thieves?

Authorities are asking the public to help identify a tri-county burglary crew that’s stealing Apple computers and laptops from commercial buildings around Santa Barbara, Ventura, and north Los Angeles. Detectives have a released photos of the suspects, which were taken from video surveillance of one of the recent heists.

Anyone with information on the crimes or the suspects is urged to call Sgt. Jason Robarts with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office at 947-8108. Ventura County Crime Stoppers is also paying up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Their number is 800-222-TIPS (8477). The caller may remain anonymous, and the call is not recorded.

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