LOWER MERION TWP., Pa. (WPVI) -- Police have released surveillance video in the theft of Kobe Bryant memorabilia from Lower Merion High School.
Lower Merion police responded to the high school just before 7:30 a.m. Sunday to investigate a burglary.
Police say numerous items of Bryant memorabilia were removed from a locked display case outside of the gymnasium.
Video surveillance revealed two suspects arrived and forcibly opened an exterior entrance to the building.
The suspects made their way to the locked display case.
One suspect disabled the lock and removed the glass door from its track.
The suspects then removed numerous items from the display case.
Both suspects left through an exterior door.
Suspect one is described as wearing a dark colored winter hat, black or blue jacket, dark pants, dark colored shoes with white trim, blue latex gloves and a multi-colored scarf.
The second suspect is described as wearing grey "Jordan" sweatpants labeled on the left pant leg, a dark colored hooded jacket or sweatshirt, a Brooklyn Nets hat with a pompom on top and grey New Balance sneakers, and gloves.
Anyone with information should call Detective Gregory Pitchford at 610-645-6236.
Surveillance shows suspects in theft of Kobe Bryant memorabilia from Lower Merion High School