UPDATE: The Winter Park Police has cancelled their search for the person thought to be associated with a burglary in Winter Park. The photo provided was deemed to be inaccurate and they have issued an apology to anyone who was affected.
It has come to light that the person(s) shown in our prior post are NOT associated with the burglary in WP. The information initially provided to us regarding the photo was deemed to be inaccurate. We apologize to the persons pictured and to anyone who was adversely affected. pic.twitter.com/gSPgwrRw0c
— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) April 11, 2019
WINTER PARK, Fla. (AP) - Authorities in Florida are hoping Buzz Lightyear can help catch a burglar.
The Winter Park Police Department on Thursday posted a video showing a man who they say stole a Walt Disney World MagicBand during a residential burglary. MagicBands are all-in-one wristbands that allow users to enter theme parks, open their hotel room doors and charge food and merchandise at the theme park resort.
They also track where a person has been at Disney World. Images in a police video show the suspect firing a toy weapon at the Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin ride at Disney World.
On the agency's Twitter account , Winter Park detectives ask the public to call them if they recognize the man whose face was captured by cameras at the ride.
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