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Crime2 men wanted for stealing equipment from Houston National Cemetery, deputies say

19:10  12 june  2019
19:10  12 june  2019 Source:   khou.com

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Two men responsible for a burglary at Houston National Cemetery have been identified but are not yet in custody, according Harris County Pct. 5 Constable Mark Herman’s Office.

Last month investigators were called to the cemetery on Veterans Memorial after a generator and two welders were stolen from a storage bin that was broken into.

Deputy constables later found the equipment at a pawn shop, and the suspects were identified as Robert Alan Curry and Terrell Rashaud Modelist.

The recovered stolen property was returned to cemetery, but the men remain on the run.

Both are wanted on a charge of felony theft.

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2 men wanted for stealing equipment from Houston National Cemetery, deputies say© Harris Co Pct 5 Deputy constables later found the equipment at a pawn shop, and the suspects were identified as Robert Alan Curry and Terrell Rashaud Modelist

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