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Police hope to book Arlington City Library thieves

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ARLINGTON, Texas -

Lesson one: If you're going to burgle a building, it's best not to look directly into the security cameras.

Police hope the footage will help them catch the two people who broke into the Arlington City Library back in November.

According to a news release, two young men broke into the library on New York Avenue about 4 a.m. on Nov. 22.

The suspects, who appear to be teenagers, took about a dozen computer tablets locked in a closet, police said.

The library's surveillance cameras also captured excellent pictures of their faces -- including one rather detailed closeup.

If you recognize the suspects, please contact Arlington Police Detective Paul Belauskas at 817 459-5811 or contact Crime Stoppers at 817 469-TIPS (8477).

Tipsters may remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward up to $1,000.

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