Police in Concord, New Hampshire, are seeking two teenage suspects who are wanted for the burglary of a vacant home in November.
The home's owners had away between Nov. 8 and Nov. 11, when the crime took place. According to the victim, the thieves made off with several bottles of alcohol and a television. The home was left in disarray.
The victim also determined that the burglars entered the home through a side door, which was later found broken.
Upon arriving at 279 Main Street, police discovered dumped drawers, flipped couch cushions and other items scattered all over.
The suspects, both approximately 16 years of age, were caught on a nearby surveillance camera after fleeing the home. Police also spoke with neighbors who were home at the time. One neighbor said she saw two teenagers outside of the home acting strange.
Police also obtained video from a nearby business that shows the two subjects running south through a parking lot on Main Street. They were captured on video for only a few seconds, but police were able to get an idea of who they're searching for.
The male suspect was wearing a black sweatshirt at the time. The female appeared to be skinny with long hair. She was wearing a maroon sweatshirt with tight black pants.
The Concord Police are actively investigating this case and are asking public to assist in identifying the individuals of interest.