HOUSTON, Del.– Delaware State Police are looking for two suspects wanted in connection with two burglaries that occurred in the Houston area of Kent County.
Troopers said 24-year-old Zachary J. Mills and 22-year-old Lindsey M. Stokes are wanted for two burglaries that occurred on Jan. 23. Officers said the pair first broke into a 63-year-old man's garage at Milford Harrington Highway and stole his pickup truck. Mills and Stokes then broke into the Williamsville Country Store near Houston and tried to steal an ATM machine, but only managed to steal cigarettes, police said.
Stokes faces charges of third-degree burglary, theft of a motor vehicle, two counts of second-degree conspiracy, attempted theft greater than $1,500, theft less than $1,500 and criminal mischief. Mills faces the same charges, plus an additional count of third-degree burglary and a charge for wearing a disguise during a commission of a felony.
Anyone with information regarding the location of Mills or Stokes is asked to contact Detective Surowiec at (302) 741-2814 or Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333. Tips may be submitted online at www.tipsubmit.com or via text to 274637 and the keyword "DSP."
Saturday, May 18 2013 10:19 AM EDT2013-05-18 14:19:20 GMT
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