|Published:||Jun 23, 2013 9:11 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Jun 23, 2013 9:11 PM EDT|
NORTH FORT MYERS, Fl. - Lee County Sheriff's Deputies need your help tracking down these two men who they say may have information on a string of burglaries in North Fort Myers.
They all happened early Saturday morning in three different neighborhoods.
Ransacked cars, stolen golf carts and missing bicycles. They're all things residents in these normally quiet communities woke up to Saturday morning.
"All I know is the bike was there night before and then Saturday morning it was gone," says Ronald Frieble.
Thankfully, Ronald Friebel's bike is back where it should be after deputies tracked it down. Frieble says he's lived in the Swan Lake Mobile Home Park for several years.
"It's a such a nice park and we don't normally have them problems," he adds.
So he was surprised to hear there were multiple burglaries and thefts in the span of several hours all within his neighborhood, Windmill Village and Buccaneer Estates.
"My friend lives in a gated community and they had people break in," says Louise Cobb.
Investigators tracked down surveillance video of two people of interest in the crimes. Two men who were at a nearby 7-11 a little before 3 Saturday morning.
"My golf cart is locked up well," she adds.
Thirteen year Swan Lake resident Louise Cobb says she's done what she can to avoid being another victim herself.
"Oh yeah its been a big concern, we always tell people lock your bikes and all that stuff," Cobb says.
She just hopes that the thieves who did this get caught and learn a lesson.
"Some day they're going to get old and have to face what they did when they were younger and realize that it's really not fair," she says.