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Police looking for suspects in Wausau burglaries

WAUSAU (WAOW) -- The Wausau Police Department is looking for two suspects in a recent rash of similar burglaries on the city's east side in the past 10 days.

Rocky Noah and Darryl Wood are wanted in the burglaries, according to Detective Captain Greg Hagenbucher.

Investigators say a 2001 gold Nissan Altima was taken from a garage of a home in the 1200 block of Washington Street.

Police received a tip that the stolen vehicle was parked in a garage on Wausau's east side.

Officers and detectives searched a home on McIntosh Street Wednesday night and found the car along with numerous other items from the string of burglaries, Hagenbucher said.

"The suspects, who had been staying at the home, were not located," he said.

Police tell us warrants have been issued for the arrest of Noah and Wood.

They may be driving a 1995 black Honda Civic with license plate 111-TPA, according to Hagenbucher.

Police believe the suspects may be involved in burglaries at two other Wausau homes.

Two Sony flat screen TVs and a small amount of cash were taken from a home on the 2100 block of Lillie Street, according to police.

At a home in the 800 block of Ross Avenue, a World War II German sword was taken along with a small amount of change, police said.

Investigators tell us the back door of each of three homes was forced open, shades inside were pulled down and the homes were ransacked. The
thieves "spent a considerable amount of time going through every cabinet, every drawer and even the attics," apparently in a search for money or items that could be converted to cash, Hagenbucher said Wednesday.

If you have any information, you're asked to call the Wausau Police Department at (715) 261-7800.
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