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Sheriff Seeks Help Identifying Burglary Suspects
Six Bigfork-area businesses targeted
Bigfork burglary suspects
Bigfork burglary suspects. Photo via the Flathead County Sheriff's Office
The Flathead County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in identifying two burglary suspects believed to be responsible for a rash of break-ins occurring on Feb. 18.

The two are suspected of breaking into and burglarizing six Bigfork-area businesses. Forced entry was made into the businesses and numerous items were stolen, including a credit card. The suspects used the card later that night in Kalispell and Missoula.

Anyone have any information as to the identity of the suspects they are asked to contact the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office at 406-758-5585, or Crimestoppers at 406-752-8477. They do not have to identify themselves to be eligible for a cash reward.

Bigfork Burglary Suspects

Bigfork burglary suspects. Photo via Flathead County Sheriff's Office


 
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