The first burglary was on December 7th at the Speed Zone, 2301 N. Reynolds Road. Officers responded to find the glass door on the front entrance of the building had been shattered by a brick. Candy and cigarettes were found tossed all over the floor.
Then on December 8th, at the Exxon Station, 22755 I-30, another burglary. Again, officers responded to find the glass door on the front entrance facing I-30 shattered by a rock found inside the business. Assorted candy and cigarettes were also taken from the business and several racks torn down. Again a large amount of cigarettes were stolen.
Police describe the suspects as two black men, one about 5'9" with a medium build. He was wearing a black ribbed sweater turned inside out, dark pants, dark boots or shoes and a stocking cap with some type of face mask.
The second suspect is about 5'11", with a slimmer build. He wore patched jeans, mostly observed on the back of the jeans but also above the left knee, a gray hoodie with a dark jacket over it with what is believed to be some sort of trucking logo. The lettering on the jacket under the logo appears to be "Driven to Succeed." He also had a gray scarf tied around his head to cover his face.
Bryant Police has released the photos seen in the video attached to this story. Police say the suspects may use different vehicles but may be in a light-colored Lincoln with a sunroof or a red minivan.
Anyone with information about these two individuals is urged to call the Bryant Police Department.