HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?: Round Rock police seek two suspects in nail salon burglaries


Round Rock police are asking for the public’s help finding two burglary suspects who have been targeting primarily nail salons in the city this month. 

Police said the two people are linked to as many as 13 commercial burglaries that have occurred in the Round Rock area since June 4 and similar crimes in the Williamson County and Austin areas.

They said the burglars have targeted mostly nail salons but also two dry cleaning businesses.

Police said the suspects could be linked to an older model tan or gold 4-door sedan.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Round Rock police detective Dean Peterson at 512-671-2711 or by email at dpeterson@roundrocktexas.gov.

Anonymous tips can also be made online.


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