Suspects in 5 Alachua County burglaries caught on camera: Do you recognize them?

Surveillance videos provided by the Alachua County Sheriff's Office.

Five burglaries in one month, all in the same neighborhood.

Alachua County Sheriff's deputies on Tuesday released security photos of four people they believe are responsible for all five break-ins.

Deputies say the burglaries happened between June 7 and June 15 in the area of Tower Road and SW 20th Avenue.

"These burglaries have occurred within the Tower Oaks, Linton Oaks and Tower Village neighborhoods," Sgt. Chris Sims said. The burglaries are taking place in the daytime hours in which most of our citizens are at work, out and about running errands, things of that nature."

One of the homes was equipped with surveillance cameras that caught video of four people forcing their way through the front door.

All told, deputies say the suspects made off with TVs, video game consoles, shoes and jewelry.

Deputies say they have no leads aside from the photographs.

"Our hope is that our citizens, our community, can help us by identifying these suspects and possibly recovering some property," Sims said.

If you know who the suspects are, you're asked to call the sheriff's detectives bureau at (352) 367-4170.

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