2 Men Pretending to Be Pest Control Workers Steal from Bradenton Condos
Bradenton Police Asking Residents to be on the Lookout for 2 Men Pretending to be Pest Control Workers, Who Have Distracted residents in Apartments and Condos Recently and Stole From Them, While Inside Their Homes
Bradenton Chief of Police Melania Bevan announced Friday, February 25, 2022 in a news release, that they were looking for two men who told residents living in Ironwood/Pinebrook neighborhood and River Oaks Condominiums they were hired by management to treat their homes. Once inside, one of the men would distract the tenant with moving furniture to spray for insects while the other stole from the home, the news release said.
Bradenton police believe a third man was with them who drove and stayed in the vehicle of a dark-colored newer model Chevrolet Silverado with a trailer attached to it and a cover on the bed.
Pictures of the two men and their truck have been provided by Bradenton police, they are seen wearing masks and gloves.
If you have information on this case contact detectives Jay Gow or Todd Freed at (941) 932-9372 or (941) 932-9370, or online email Bpdtips@bradentonpd.com, or remain anonymous and eligible for a reward up to $3,000 by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-866-634-8477 (TIPS) or providing an anonymous E-Tip thru the web at www.manateecrimestoppers.com