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Laundromat burglarized … again

Suspects pry open a coin machine at a Shingle Springs laundromat. Courtesy photo
Suspects pry open a coin machine at a Shingle Springs laundromat. Courtesy photo

The SS Coin Wash on Durock Road in Shingle Springs was burglarized for the second time this month on June 21 at approximately 1:30 a.m.

Three men in a light-colored, four-door sedan with rear tinted windows were recorded on video as they committed the theft. Within minutes the suspects had worked together to break into the quarter change machine using the same exact method during the burglary on June 16. One of the men emptied the quarters and bills into a bag provided by one of the other men while the third waited in the vehicle.

One man appears to be white with short dark hair, wearing blue jeans, a green camouflage hooded jacket, black T-shirt, black  shoes with white laces and a light-colored baseball cap with a dark bill and he may have a goatee for facial hair.

A second man is white and very thin with shoulder length brown hair (he may have two longer braids in the front) and a beard. He is wearing blue jeans and a green T-shirt with dark shoes.

A third man, (the driver) is also white with short shaved dark hair. He is wearing dark baggy jeans, a white undershirt and a dark hooded sweatshirt with a large design on the back.

Several similar burglaries have taken place in Colfax, Auburn, Roseville and the Stockton area.

If anyone has any information regarding these individuals or their vehicles contact Detective Netashia Gallagher at (530) 642-4720.

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