TROY — Early Tuesday morning, Englewood police located a vehicle sought in a string of daytime burglaries.
The Toyota Sequoia, bearing Ohio temporary registration E616164, was found in a parking lot of a local motel.
The vehicle had been reported stolen in the Cincinnati area and is also the vehicle Mark D. Burgin and Angela C. Roberts, who are suspected of using the vehicle in daytime burglaries.
Miami County Sheriff’s Office detectives have filed nationwide felony arrest warrants for Burgin and Roberts, according to Sheriff Dave Duchak. Both are former Troy residents and are currently at-large, according to Duchak.
Burgin is the suspect in the surveillance video that was released earlier this week for the public’s assistance in identifying him. Both are suspects in several daytime residential burglaries in Monroe, Bethel, and Springcreek townships that occurred over the past two weeks, he said.
Both are also suspects in daytime burglaries in at least two adjacent counties. Burgin is from Kentucky and is also wanted by authorities in there, Duchal said.
He said both suspects are also believed to be using aliases and false identification cards.
There was a motel room that had been rented under one of Roberts’ aliases, however it had been vacated by the time police arrived. The vehicle was towed to the Miami County Sheriff’s Office impound lot for processing.
Both suspects are believed to be operating from Miami County south to Kentucky.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Miami County Communication Center at (937) 440-9911. Anonymous tips also can be left at www.miamicountysheriff.org.