Men accused of Caribbean Air Mail burglaries in Brooklyn

Police are looking for at least two suspects accused of stealing $80,000 from businesses around the city, including several stores in Brooklyn. The men are accused of breaking into multiple Caribbean Air Mail locations in Brooklyn and stealing several thousands of dollars. 



Police say on Friday, Dec. 23 the men broke into a Caribbean Air Mail on Flatbush Avenue and stole $3,600.



They also broke into another location on Dec. 17, on Flatlands Avenue and got away with $4,000.



The men are also accused of breaking into a Postal Express on Glenwood Road on Dec. 29 and stealing $14,000, as well as stealing nearly $65,000 from a cash-checking business in Queens. 



Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. 


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