Police have released a picture of the suspects connected to a series of car break-ins.
The break-ins happened in Kirkwood last Wednesday and the thieves targeted 14 cars. Police say some cars had been left unlocked, but in other cases the thieves smashed windows or broke locks on doors. The suspects stole electronics, cash, and credit cards--one of the cards was used to make three purchases at a Wal Mart in Jefferson County.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Kirkwood Police Department at (314) 984-6902.
More than two dozens vehicles were broken into near LouFest over the weekend.
Police say thieves targeted a total of 29 vehicles on Sunday. Most of the vehicles were parked in the 5100 block of Clayton. Owners reported various electronics were taken. Police say the thefts occurred in the evening, with the majority concentrated between 9 and 10 PM.
The musical festival was held in the park on Saturday and Sunday.
More car break-ins in downtown St. Louis and south city overnight-- this time at several different locations over the span of just a couple hours.
Thieves first hit the Holiday Inn Express near Jefferson and Lafayette for the second time within a week. Six cars were broken into around midnight. Three suspects were seen speeding away from the scene in a red-pickup. Minutes later, cars were broken into at J Bucks near Clark and 10th. Then, several cars were broken into at Laclede's Landing inside the parking garage at Lumiere at North Second Street.
In midtown at JJ's Clubhouse, several cars were broken into at Market and Vandeventer. Then at 4:30 Monday morning, downtown at 4th and St Charles Streets, security guards called police to tell them they saw two men jump out of a dark colored sedan and smash the window of an SUV parked there.
Guests staying at three city hotels found their car windows smashed overnight.
Witnesses at the Drury Inn at Interstate 44 and Hampton say at least eight cars were broken into.
Cars parked in lots at the Millennium and Hyatt hotels in downtown St. Louis were also targeted.