Weston Police are asking for the public’s help in locating multiple suspects in connection with a possible attempted burglary.
At around 9 a.m. on Aug. 16, a Weston resident approached the first floor of her home and found a woman standing in her kitchen, according to Weston Police. The resident told the woman to leave, but the woman began apologizing. The woman told the resident she was there to clean the home.
As the woman started leaving, the resident spotted a second woman standing on the front doorway of the house, cleaning rag in hand. The pair of women walked out to the street where a car with an unidentified driver was waiting for them. The resident told police the women got in the rear seats of the car. The car took off toward Route 20.
“We believe this may have started as a diversion burglary. However, when it appeared no one was at home, the suspect entered through an unlocked front door,” police said in a notice.
The female suspects are both described as being in their early 20s, 5 feet to 5 feet, 2 inches tall, with dark hair in a ponytail. Both have medium builds, olive skin and were wearing blue jeans with light colored shirts. The car is described as a newer model mid-size car similar to the look of a Toyota Camry.