Have a tip? Call Agent Rob Rowell at (321) 264-5210
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA — The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the community’s assistance in identifying various individuals involved in a stolen vehicle investigation.
In the early morning hours of November 19, 2020, the victim’s vehicle was stolen from their residence in Port St. John, FL.
As part of the investigation, residential video surveillance recordings depict, 3 male subjects trying various vehicle door handles in an effort to find unlocked doors as a vehicle slowly follows them through the area.
At approximately 8:25 a.m., the suspects attempted to use the victim’s debit card at the Highland convenience store in Cocoa.
The vehicle was subsequently located, unoccupied in Cocoa where it was processed for potential evidence in the case.
In addition to the residential video recordings in the Port St. John area, the same suspects were also captured on residential surveillance recordings in the city of Rockledge and Cocoa Beach committing vehicle burglaries during the night and early morning hours.
Suspect #1: unknown black male, approximately 5’ 7” – 5’ 9” tall and 150 – 160 lbs, wearing a white t-shirt, jean shorts, white tennis shoes, a beanie, a cross-body bag, and a face mask.
Suspect #2: unknown black male, approximately 5’ 4” – 5’ 6” tall and 140 – 150 lbs, wearing a camo sweatshirt with an unknown logo/design, black shorts, colored tennis shoes, and an orange gator style face covering.
Suspect #3: unknown white male, approximately 5’ 9” – 5’ 11” tall and 180 – 190 lbs, wearing a safety green long sleeve Sailfish shirt, dark colored jeans, black shoes, what appears to be a Waste Management hat, and a gray face covering.
If anyone has information regarding the identity of the suspects or information concerning the burglaries and thefts, please contact North Precinct General Crimes Unit Agent Rob Rowell at (321) 264-5210.