Nearly two dozen bikes stolen from Tremont apartment, police searching for suspects

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CLEVELAND - Almost two dozen bicycles were snatched from a Tremont apartment building recently and the suspects are still on the run.

Cleveland Police say the two men they believe are responsible were caught on camera. Now they're asking for your help to ID the men captured on surveillance video.

Police say the two men tampered with door locks and broke into a courtyard at the Tremont Place Lofts last month. Then escaped in a silver car, possibly a Honda, with the stolen bikes and two televisions.

"Honestly I was shocked they were able to get away with so much," said Zora Eizember who lives nearby.

Neighbors say this type of crime is out of the norm for the apartments. Zach Murry has a bike that he keeps locked at the apartment complex, however his bike was not stolen.

"This isn't really an area where you think of 20 bikes being stolen, but things happen," said Zach Murry.

Fox 8 called a spokesperson for the apartment complex who said they are making changes to their security to prevent this from happening again.

Call Cleveland Police Detective Janet Murphy if you can ID the men caught on camera at 216-623-5218.