New image released of Brooklyn Heights break-in suspect

BROOKLYN - Police have released another up-close image of a man wanted for a break-in spree in Brooklyn Heights.

According to authorities, the suspect broke into seven apartments on Oct. 5, including two homes at 75 Livingston St. and another five at 75 Henry St.

Investigators say the man walked right by the security guard at the Livingston location, and got into the elevator where he was caught on surveillance video. In each case, he took off before taking anything.

Residents are being warned to keep their doors locked at all times. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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