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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Multiple law enforcement agencies are trying to identify a group of people suspected of shoplifting from numerous stores in the River Region.

Several stores have filed police reports and are looking into prosecuting the group. Crime Stoppers says the group stole more than $1,800 in electronics from one store on Oct. 31.

The suspects were captured on video numerous times. CrimeStoppers has released images of the six suspects that were taken between Oct. 31 and Nov. 12. They are reportedly traveling in a white four-door sedan.

If you can identify these individuals or know their whereabouts, call police immediately or Crime Stoppers at 215-STOP.

Crime Stoppers says there are several similar groups going around the area. One group was known as the Selma Girls and another the Montgomery Girls. They reportedly enter the stores in groups and make it hard for stores with limited employees.

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