David Bass, shown here in a 2006 photo, is a suspect in the Cafe Milano burglary. (Robert A. Reeder/The Washington Post)

Prominent Washington PR agent David Bass is a suspect in the theft of two bottles of liquor from VIP hotspot Café Milano earlier this month, according to records obtained by the Washington Post.

D.C. police released a surveillance video which shows two men entering the Georgetown restaurant through the kitchen in the early morning hours of July 1 after it had closed for the night. One man is seen grabbing two bottles — one Grey Goose vodka, the other Campari — from behind the bar, while the other appears to act as the lookout.

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D.C. police released a surveillance video which shows two men entering Café Milano through the kitchen in the early morning hours of July 1 after it had closed for the night and taking liquor bottles. (D.C. Metropolitan Police Department/YouTube)

At least a dozen acquaintances of Bass’s who have reviewed the footage say the second man is Bass, and records name him as a suspect.

A fixture on the Washington social scene, Bass, 49, is the president and CEO of communications firm Raptor Strategies and was deputy publisher of the Weekly Standard from 1997 to 2004.

Bass did not return multiple calls and emails seeking comment.

Bass was indicted in 2009 for “belligerent” behavior on a flight from Houston to Washington during which officials said he appeared to be drunk, though he blamed allergy medication for the incident and the charges were later dismissed.

Peter Hermann contributed to this story.