The two subjects shown in the surveillance photographs are believed to be involved in numerous auto burglaries at apartment complexes in Ridgeland during the month of September.
The two subjects shown in the surveillance photographs are believed to be involved in numerous auto burglaries at apartment complexes in Ridgeland during the month of September.

Ridgeland law enforcement have reported that over the past several months, there have been sporadic incidents of vehicle burglaries at apartment complexes and neighborhoods in Ridgeland. 

 

Chief John Neal said that these incidents have been primarily in the Pear Orchard, Lake Harbor and County Line Road area and generally occur overnight. Method of entry is through unlocked unsecured vehicles with valuable items left in sight. 

 

RPD released photos and .pdf documents that show images of two persons of interest who they are trying to identify. One individual is described as having a distinct blonde colored ‘man bun’ protruding from the baseball cap. Authorities believe he is a resident of Ridgeland or from the North Jackson area.

 

“Reminder to residents that regardless of where you live, lock your vehicles,” Neal said. “Lazy criminals prey on lazy victims,”

 

The two subjects shown in the surveillance photographs are believed to be involved in numerous auto burglaries at apartment complexes in Ridgeland during the month of September. 

 

Anyone with any information regarding the identity of these two subjects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (601) 355- TIPS (8477) or to contact Ridgeland Police Detective Sergeant Brett Bertucci at (601) 856-2121 or email at brett.bertucci@ridgelandms.org.