McAllen police looking for men wanted in weekend auto theft
The McAllen Police Department needs help finding a man and identifying a second person of interest in an auto theft that occurred over the weekend.
Mario Alberto Cuevas-Peña is named as the man wanted on an auto theft charge by the McAllen Police Department. According to a news release, police officers responded to the area of 3600 block of N. 42nd Ln on Sunday, July 18 where a woman reported her vehicle was stolen.
Police are also seeking the public’s help in identifying a second man who is a person of interest in the auto theft investigation who was captured on surveillance camera.
Cuevas-Peña is described as a 35-year-old Hispanic with black hair and brown eyes weighing 110 lbs. and about 5’4” in height.
Those with information on Cuevas-Peña’s whereabouts or on the person of interest are urged to contact McAllen Crime Stoppers at 956-687-8477.
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