New photos show pair believed to be connected to burglary pattern

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Police are asking for the public’s help to identify two men in connection with a burglary pattern that started last year.

The most recent incident happened this month on Aug. 3 when the two men allegedly entered a Victoria’s Secret store at 1328 Broadway and stole an employee’s duffel bag from the sales associate area, according to police.

Previously, the two men are believed to have stolen belongings from a number of people in August and September of last year.

On Aug. 24, 2015, the two men allegedly struck three times at three different locations.

First, the two men went into the basement of a residential building on 24th Street and took a victim’s bag which held $87, the victim’s social security card and his ID, according to police.

Then the pair allegedly went into a locker room inside a Brooklyn Roasting Company location at 50 W. 23rd St. and took belongings from several lockers.

After that, the men then entered CLA Cleaning at 347 W. 36th St. and took a victim’s wallet which contained a debit card and an unknown sum of cash, according to police.

A few days later on Sept. 9, 2015 the two allegedly went into the Frederick Loewe Theater at 35 W. Fourth St. and took an employee’s handbag which held two credit cards and an iPhone 5S. Police said the credit cards were later used illegally.

Then on Sept. 15, the two went into an Express clothing store at 100 W. 33rd St. A victim later discovered her wallet was missing from her bag, and her debit card was later used illegally, according to police.

That same day, the pair went into Julie Schubert Casting at 330 W. 38th St. and took an employee’s iPhone 5S and Macbook from her desk.

The two can be seen in surveillance photos obtained by police and released to the public.

If you have any information related to these incidents, submit tips to police by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), visiting www.nypdcrimestoppers.com, or texting 274637 (CRIMES) then entering TIP577.