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Police Seek Hotel Room Burglary Suspects Who Stranded Tourists, Ruined Christmas

Police Seek Hotel Room Burglary Suspects Who Stranded Tourists, Ruined Christmas

Police are requesting the public’s help in identifying two suspects who allegedly burglarized a local hotel room, leaving tourists stranded and ruining their Christmas.

Detectives with the Pigeon Forge Police Department are asking for assistance in identifying the two individuals in these photos who are suspected of stealing property from a hotel room at Shular Inn Pigeon Forge, 2708 Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. the evening of Dec. 12, 2015. The suspects were driving a white, F250 pickup truck.

Suspects Wanted in Hotel Room BurglarySuspects Wanted in Hotel Room Burglary

“They were caught on camera using my debit cards and credit cards as well as a large sum of cash,” said Julie Schouten Marron. “They left us stranded with no money and no cards to get home. They ruined my family’s Christmas and entire holiday season.”

Suspects Wanted in Hotel Room BurglarySuspects Wanted in Hotel Room Burglary

According to Schouten Marron, the suspect’s vehicle may have had an auxiliary fuel tank in the truck bed.

Anyone who knows the identity of either or both suspects in this hotel room burglary should contact Detective Mark Vance of the Pigeon Forge Police Department at 865-429-7428.

All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

About Candice Fitzgibbons

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