TUCSON - Two individuals are sought by the National Park Service in connection to a string of vehicle break-ins at Saguaro National Park Feb. 7.
Between 12 and 2:30 p.m. Feb. 7, multiple vehicles were broken into near the Sandero-Esperanza and Valley View Trailheads located in the west district of the national park.
Authorities said in two incidents involved the use of a small blunt object. The object was reportedly used to break the windows of the targeted vehicles. Also in these two cases, items were stolen from inside the passenger compartment, NPS said.
The two persons of interest are associated with a dark grey four-door Ford Taurus. Officials say the vehicle had tinted windows and a white license plate, and is a newer model.
One of the persons of interest was described to be about 230 pounds, and has short, black hair, a small mustache and a rectangular tattoo on his outer left wrist. He was said to be African American and be between the ages of 20 to 30 years old.
The second individual was said to weigh about 180 pounds, and also have short, black hair. Officials said this person was described to be African American and be between the ages of 20 to 30. Officials say this individual also had distinct white pigmentation on his hands and face.
NPS said one of the two persons of interest was said to be equipped with a selfie stick.