Tampa police search for pair of suspects in office theft cases

- There are two female suspects who have been stealing from professional office suites around Tampa, and police say they need help in identifying them. 

Tampa police say the pair of thieves have been stealing wallets and purses. They stole the personal items from an office building on West Cleveland Street on March 13, and again from an office suite in the 5600 block of Mariner Drive on March 14.

Both crimes took place during the afternoon, officials say, and the suspects used the stolen credit and debit cards to make purchases at several stores and online shops.

They were seen on surveillance footage, which police released, driving a newer model white two-door vehicle with tinted windows. 

Police provided the following tips for securing valuables for office employees:

- Place personal belongings inside of a locked or secured area
- Escort visitors or non-employees around the office space 
- Manage access to the front office suite entrance

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Tampa Police Department at 813-231-6130 or Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay at 1-800-873-8477. 

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