ST. LOUIS – Authorities shared new video Wednesday of two suspects attempting to break into a car in St. Louis’ Shaw neighborhood.

The video comes after a series of break-ins reported in the neighborhood over the weekend. FOX 2 learned at least 20 vehicles with smashed windows.

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The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department released video that shows two would-be suspects approaching a white car and the car alarm going off. It’s believed that the suspects got away from the scene.

“We know many residents in the Shaw neighborhood have concerns with the numerous car break-ins. We share the same concerns and we are investigating,” said SLMPD in a statement on Wednesday.

SLMPD says the following incidents are under investigation….

Three vehicle break-ins in the 4100 and 4200 blocks of Shenandoah Avenue on May 31.

Four vehicle break-ins in the 4100 block of Castleman Avenue on May 31.

Multiple vehicle break-ins in the 4100 block of Magnolia Avenue, 2300 block of Klemm Street, the intersection of Thurman and Cleveland avenues, and the alley of the 4100 block of Shenandoah on June 2.

Police say they spotted a suspect vehicle while responding to a vehicle break-in on Magnolia Avenue, though the driver did not stop for police and escaped from the scene.

If you have any information on the incidents, home surveillance video or doorbell camera video that may lead to the arrests of suspects, contact the SLMPD South Patrol Division Station at 314-444-0100.