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Millbrook PD looking for individual in Wal-Mart theft

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The individual removed his jacket (Source: Crime Stoppers) The individual removed his jacket (Source: Crime Stoppers)
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MILLBROOK, AL (WSFA) -

The Millbrook Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying and locating a man that stole almost $2,500 worth of merchandise from a local Wal-Mart.

According to CrimeStoppers, on June 8 an unknown male entered the Wal-Mart located in the 100 block of Kelly Boulevard in Millbrook and stole several items.   

The man entered the store at approximately 4:00 a.m. and went straight to the electronics department. There he tampered with the glass display doors until he was able to break the locks. He began taking Samsung Galaxy Tablets, tablet cases, Beats by Dre Headphones, and Beats Pill Speakers.  

Investigators advised that he made at least two trips carrying the stolen goods and was able to avoid employees.

They also believe he was assisted by another unknown male that was waiting in the parking lot. A burgundy Chevy 1500 Pick-Up truck with a silver tool box appeared on surveillance video which may have been the vehicle used by the suspects.

Both suspects are wanted for felony theft of property.

If you can identify or know the whereabouts of these subjects, please call the Police immediately or Crime Stoppers at 215-STOP. Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward.

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