Burbank Police Want Residents To Be On The Lookout For Bicycle

Burbank Police have supplied shots of the suspects and the truck they use during one of the thefts.

Burbank Police are warning residents to be on the lookout for a pair of crooks they believe are responsible for a plague of bicycle thefts that have occurred across the city during the past two months.
According to police, they believe the suspects are responsible for bicycle thefts that have occurred in the 1400 block of N. Catalina St., 500 block of E. Irving Dr., and 200 block of S. Keystone St.  The began on June 1, with the latest crime occurring on July 14.   All occurred during the early afternoon hours.
Witnesses have observed the suspects driving up and down residential streets. They park their pickup truck one or two residences away from their intended victims’ houses, before walking up the driveway to the houses, grabbing the bikes, then running back to their truck with the stolen goods.
The suspects are described as a male White, 18-20 years old, 5’8″ – 5’10”, thin build, buzz cut blonde hair, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt.  His accomplice is described as a male White, 5’8″ – 5’10”, medium build, unknown hair color, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt.     Their pickup truck is described as a newer silver-colored 4-door Toyota Tacoma.
If you see the suspects, or any suspicious activity, the Burbank Police Department advises to obtain as much information as possible about the subject, including vehicle license numbers, and immediately call the department at
1-818-238-3000.   You can also contact Detective Childs at 1-818-238-3275.