SHINGLE SPRINGS, Calif. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- El Dorado County Sheriff's Office is looking for two men who drilled holes into SS Coin Wash's coin machines and stole $2,000.
On June 16, 2013 at around 04:30 AM, El Dorado County Sheriff's Office says two unidentified white men entered the SS Coin Wash laundromat on Durock Road in Shingle Springs and started wandering around the business. Both men were in and out of the business multiple times over the course of five hours. They appeared to have laundered items while there.
The men arrived at the business in a U-Haul moving truck that appears to be fourteen feet. The truck had decals that read "U can do it" and a green price tag with "$19.95" on the side. At about 08:45 AM, one of the suspects drilled into the coin machine while the other backed the U-Haul truck up next to the business door. As a result of both suspects' efforts, deputies say they stole approximately $2,000 in quarters and bills.
One of the men is white and approximately 20-35 years old. He is about 6'0" tall and appears to be in the range of 185 pounds. He has brown collar length hair. He was wearing jeans and a dark green hoodie sweatshirt. His shoes were black skater type shoes with white laces and he was also wearing a dark colored baseball cap with two white letters on the front that possibly read "NY".
The second man appears to be white and approximately 20-35 years old, 5'10", 200 pounds with brown, buzz cut hair. He was wearing dark colored pants and a dark colored sweatshirt. He possibly has a tattoo with writing across the back of his neck.
Surveillance cameras captured the suspects, both inside and outside the business and provides pictures of the suspects. Sheriff John D’Agostini is requesting anyone with information regarding this incident or anyone who recognizes either of these suspects, please contact Detective Netashia Gallagher at 530-642-4720.