They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Often times that saying is applied to weather but I suppose there are different interpretations as well. For the town of Colonie April can't come soon enough.

Colonie Police Department have been dealing with a string of cases in the first week of March that would make even the longest tenured officer shake his head and ask, what is going on? Maybe you can help the department identify these suspects.

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March 1 - The Colonie Police shared images on their Facebook page. The individuals in these security camera videos are subjects sought for questioning in regard to a forged instrument investigation. Which could mean the suspects used stolen credit cards or possibly passed a bad check. If you have any information, call (518) 783-2754 Ext. 8410. Colonie Police Case # 22-011235.

March 1 - Colonie Police are looking for the New Jersey Nets fan shown below. If you have any information, please call (518) 783-2754 Ext. 8411. Colonie Police Case # 22-008744.

March 8 - Here are 5 different pictures of individuals that Colonie Police are looking to identify. Recognize anyone? Know anything? Did they steal a controlled substance? If you have any information, please call (518) 783-2754 Ext. 8410. Colonie Police Case # 22-015388.

March 8 - The Colonie Police Facebook page didn't offer a lot of information but if this is a suspect in a case, the crime took place a awhile ago as she is wearing shorts and t-shirt. I'm no detective but maybe you can help identify her. If you have any information, please call (518) 783-2754 Ext. 8418. Colonie Police Case # 21-057266.

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