Two Missouri State students reported their vehicle missing or tampered with within a week.

According to a news release sent by MSU, on Oct. 22, one student reported a vehicle theft.

“The student reported the vehicle was locked in Lot 31, located east of Juanita K. Hammons Hall, on Oct. 18, 2019.”

When the student went back to their car on Oct. 22, they found it was missing.

One week later on Oct. 29, a student reported their car had been broken into and the ignition tampered with while they were parked in Bear Park North. 

The student said it was locked when they parked it.

MSU released pictures of the two suspects. The first suspect is a white male seen wearing jeans, a black jersey with a gold number and gray hood with light colored shoes and a black backpack. The second suspect is a white male with a beard, seen wearing an orange hat, jeans, dark shoes and a dark backpack.

The release said to always lock car doors and remove keys and valuable items when leaving the vehicle.

To report suspicious activity, contact University Safety at 417-836-5509.

The Springfield Police Department is investigating these reports.