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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Coral Gables Police are searching for three people they say are responsible for burglarizing more than a dozen vehicles within a couple of hours.

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Authorities say surveillance footage captured two men and one woman trying to break in to one of the vehicles in the early morning hours of September 4th.

A total of 14 vehicles were burglarized and one vehicle was stolen from the North end of Coral Gables between the 1000 block of Capri Street, 800-1100 blocks of Monterey Street, Pizzaro Street, and Wallace Street and 1100-1200 block of Cordova Street, police said.

Authorities released a picture of one of the men they are looking for describing one as light-skinned, 5’8-5’9”, thin build, dreadlocks, and tattoos on his right forearm. He is seen in the picture covering his head with a white shirt.

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The second man is described as having a thin build, last seen wearing a shirt, shorts, and dark-colored shoes.

The wanted woman is thin and was wearing a light-colored shirt with her hair tied in a ponytail on the night of the incident.

Police are warning Coral Gables residents to make sure to call police if they spot any suspicious activity.

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Anyone who recognized the people in the video or picture is urged to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS.