The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in identifying three suspects in a reported early Feb. 7 burglary at Ferguson’s Market in Terrebonne, according to a news release.
Deputies responded to an audible alarm at 2:35 a.m. at the store at 8150 N Highway 97 and found people had smashed the front door and entered the store but left by the time deputies arrived, officials said. K-9 officer Masa and handler Deputy Ben Bartness tracked the men to the southwest, but lost track of them near the Rustic Ranch Mobile Park at 8045 N Highway 97, officials said.
Three video stills of the men were released. Officials said the men are believed to be in their teens or early 20s and were wearing long-sleeve shirts, shorts and hats with masks covering their faces.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call 541-693-6911 and reference case 18-36444.
The Terrebonne incident is the latest at a Redmond-area store in recent weeks. Robberies were reported Jan. 20 at Moe’s Food Mart and Jan. 26 at the Redmond Fred Meyer gas station. A suspect was arrested in connection to the Fred Meyer incident Jan. 29.