Police investigate Enon Drive-Thru burglary

January 3, 2014

ENON — Village of Enon police are seeking help in identifying and locating two burglary suspects.

On Dec. 26, Enon police found the Enon Drive-Thru, located at 358 Enon Road, had been broken into. According to Police Chief Lew Wilcox, the suspects gained entry by smashing the glass front door using a large piece of concrete. Once inside the business, they removed a large quantity of cigarettes and fled the scene.

Both suspects are believed to be males wearing light green hooded coats with partial face masks and wearing light color gloves. One subject appears to be about 6-foot tall and approximately 200 pounds, wearing dark pants and hiking boots. The other subject appears to be about 5-foot, 8-inches to 5-foot, 10-inches tall and approximately 180 to 190 pounds, wearing light green trousers, and dark colored tennis shoes with a light stripe around the bottom edge.

A suspect vehicle is tentatively identified as a 1990s model Ford conversion van, light in color, with dark stripes, a ladder rack on the rear right door, luggage rack on top, chrome running boards and may be missing the right front hubcap.

Anyone who has information as to the identity of the suspects or the possible owner or location of the vehicle used in this crime is asked to call the Enon Police Department at 937-864-5577 or Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-7867.

This matter remains under investigation by the Enon Police Department.