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The suspects seen here are wanted for burglary after stealing parts from box trucks outside a Maspeth warehouse on May 13.

Police are searching for a pair of suspects who recently stole parts from several box trucks outside of a Maspeth warehouse.

According to authorities, the burglary took place on May 13 at approximately 2 a.m. behind a warehouse on Maspeth Avenue near Rust Street, where the suspects stripped three commercial box trucks for a variety of parts.

The thieves allegedly stole headlights, bumpers, engine hoods, truck doors, three GPS systems and one tablet device from the trucks, police said.

Sources familiar with the investigation said that the crime was caught on surveillance cameras, and the 104th Precinct released images of the suspects and a truck involved in the incident on Twitter.

At this time, police said the truck depicted in the tweet is believed to have been stolen by the suspects prior to this incident and was subsequently used to commit this crime.

The investigation is still ongoing.

Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to contact the 104th Precinct Detective Squad at 718-386-2723 or Detective Borough Queens North at 718-520-9200. All calls are kept confidential.

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