APD: More than 50 charges filed in organized burglary ring

Residential burglary detectives with the Austin Police Department have filed multiple felony charges against an organized residential burglary ring with cases dating back to November 2017. Two suspects have been arrested but police are on the lookout for three more.

Police have released images of some of the recovered items from the burglaries. Some of the items have not been claimed and police say they believe there could be more victims.

The two suspects that have been arrested and are currently in the Travis County Jail have been identified as 54-year-old Michael Allen Conchola and 28-year-old Elias Joseph Perales.

Detectives are still on the lookout for the following suspects: 36-year-old Dawn Nichole Mendez (Horton), 30-year-old Consuelo Denise Orta and 30-year-old Pablo Segura.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of the three outstanding suspects are asked to call the Burglary Unit at 512-974-6941 or 911 if you see them. You may also contact Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or text "Tip 103" + your message to CRIMES or use the new Crime Stoppers App.

You're also asked to call the Burglary Unit if you believe any of the items pictured are yours or if you believe you are a victim.

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