BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Police identified the suspect of two March burglaries and ask the community's help in finding him.
William Kang was identified from a video of a vehicle burglary at a Southwest Bakersfield parking lot on March 20, said Sgt. Joe Grubbs with the Bakersfield Police Department.
Kang, an Asian man about 50 years old, 6-feet tall, weighing about 170 pounds with black hair and brown eyes, is from Bakersfield, Grubbs said.
There is probable cause to arrest Kang for the March 20 incident at InShape and a residential burglary on March 25 and 10500 block of Marazion Hill Court, Grubbs said.
There is an outstanding warrant for Kang for parole violation, Grubbs said.
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