Atlanta police are searching for two men who burglarized a southeast Atlanta home and took jewelry and electronics.
Photo: Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta
Photo: Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta

Atlanta police searching for burglars who took jewelry, electronics 

Atlanta police are searching for two men who burglarized a southeast Atlanta home and took jewelry and electronics. 

The burglary occurred Sept. 11 in the 700 block of Mercer Street. 

The homeowner noticed that their alarm was going off and the door was opened, Atlanta police said.

Once inside, the victim noticed their belongings were gone. 

The men also attempted to burglarize a home on the same street, police said. That home had cameras which captured footage of the suspects. 

Police described the first suspect as skinny with a low hair cut and wearing black shorts and white shoes. He was not wearing a shirt. 

The second suspect was skinny with a fade haircut and was wearing a black shirt.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477 or submit tips online at www.stopcrimeatl.com. 

Tipsters can remain anonymous and still be eligible for a reward. 


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