Burglars in Texas return a flat screen TV that’s too big to fit in their stolen getaway Jeep

Two burglars in Texas were forced to leave a home almost empty-handed after discovering a flat screen television wouldn’t fit in the vehicle they had stolen to do the job.

Two suspects pulled up to a Dallas home in a stolen vehicle on January 17 and forced entry into the residence, the Dallas Police Department said on Friday.

But they didn’t get the goods, because the SUV they had stolen for the mission just wasn’t big enough to fit the television they had their sights set on, so they took it back inside the property before speeding off. 

Their faces were caught in full view of the security camera at the home, but the suspects have not yet been identified.

Two burglars in Dallas, Texas left nearly empty-handed after finding out the hard way that a flat screen TV wouldn't fit in their 2015 Jeep Cherokee they had stolen to do the job. Their faces were caught in full view of the security camera at the home, but the suspects have not yet been identified

Two burglars in Dallas, Texas left nearly empty-handed after finding out the hard way that a flat screen TV wouldn't fit in their 2015 Jeep Cherokee they had stolen to do the job. Their faces were caught in full view of the security camera at the home, but the suspects have not yet been identified

Two burglars in Dallas, Texas left nearly empty-handed after finding out the hard way that a flat screen TV wouldn’t fit in their 2015 Jeep Cherokee they had stolen to do the job. Their faces were caught in full view of the security camera at the home, but the suspects have not yet been identified

The two suspects pulled up to a home in North Central Dallas at about 7.45am on the Thursday morning.

Both of the men enter the home on the 6500 block of Orchid Lane, and one comes out with a small rectangular-shaped item, and places it into the stolen 2015 Jeep Cherokee.

That man goes back inside, before both emerge carrying a flat screen TV out to the SUV.

Both of the men enter the home on the 6500 block of Orchid Lane, and eventually before both emerge carrying a flat screen TV out to their stolen SUV

Both of the men enter the home on the 6500 block of Orchid Lane, and eventually before both emerge carrying a flat screen TV out to their stolen SUV

Both of the men enter the home on the 6500 block of Orchid Lane, and eventually before both emerge carrying a flat screen TV out to their stolen SUV

They first try to it in the backseat, but quickly realize that won’t work.

Then, they move around to the back of the vehicle and try to get it in through the hatchback.

That doesn’t work either, so the two men are kind enough to take it back inside before speeding off with whatever the first item was. 

They move around to the back of the vehicle and try to get it in through the hatchback

They move around to the back of the vehicle and try to get it in through the hatchback

The TV won't fit in the hatchback of the stolen SUV, either

The TV won't fit in the hatchback of the stolen SUV, either

They move around to the back of the vehicle and try to get it in through the hatchback. That doesn’t work either, so the two men are kind enough to take it back inside before speeding off

The two men are kind enough to take it back inside before speeding off in the stolen vehicle

The two men are kind enough to take it back inside before speeding off in the stolen vehicle

The two men are kind enough to take it back inside before speeding off in the stolen vehicle

The whole thing was caught on camera by the family’s video surveillance system. 

The black SUV was later found, abandoned on the 5900 block of Melody Lane in Dallas. 

The suspects remain at-large. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Barry Maxwell at (214) 670-7236, extension 2028. 

The suspects remain at-large. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Barry Maxwell at (214) 670-7236, extension 2028

The suspects remain at-large. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Barry Maxwell at (214) 670-7236, extension 2028

The suspects remain at-large. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Barry Maxwell at (214) 670-7236, extension 2028

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