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Crimestoppers: Cars broken into on city's north side

Brandon Williams (Source: JPD) Brandon Williams (Source: JPD)
Antonio Neal (Source: JPD) Antonio Neal (Source: JPD)
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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

We never want to blame the victims, but when it comes to people's cars being broken into, don't make it easy on the crooks. You need to always lock your doors.

Some cars were broken into last week in the middle of the night in the Windsor Landing area of Jonesboro. 

JPD has some dark and grainy video of some suspects. 

They are suspects because they're walking around the neighborhood at 3 a.m., which is roughly the time that the cars were broken into.

The thieves didn't get much, though. They made off with some cash, a wallet and checkbook, and some prescription medications.

Jonesboro police detectives on the case say the two men seen walking through the neighborhood may know something about this case and would like to talk to them.

If there's any way you can identify either one of these men, and it leads to an arrest, it's worth cash.

Call in that tip to Crimestoppers at 935-STOP or you can text it to 274637.

In the text message, type 935stop as one word followed by your tip.

You will get a message back with your anonymous tip number. That number is yours to keep for any future reward.  

This week's pair on Warrant Watch has over 60 warrants.

Antonio Neal has the short stack with only 17 warrants. Most of them for contempt of court for non-payment.

Brandon Williams has 45 warrants for contempt. Those are through JPD and Bono police.

If you can get police the right tip to find Brandon Williams or Antonio Neal, it could be worth money. Call in that tip to Crimestoppers at 935-STOP or text it to 274637.

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