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Splendora Cops Seeking Two Butt-Dumb Burglars

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Have you seen these two men? Splendora cops would like to know. That's because they say these two geniuses swiped the digital camera on which these photos were taken (along with a laptop, TV and a Wii) and then pawned it in Houston. Unfortunately for these two brainboxes, they forgot to delete the candid headshots they took with the camera before they hocked it.

According to the Montgomery County Police Reporter, one of the suspects was also spotted on an electronics store's security camera wearing the hot camera around his neck.

The camera and the other items were taken in a home burglary on November 9. If you know either or both of these guys, call the Splendora Police Department at 281-689-3448. Your anonymity is assured.

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