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Opelika Police need help identifying theft suspect

(Source: Opelika Police Department) (Source: Opelika Police Department)
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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Opelika Police Department is asking for your help in identifying a suspect in a theft case.

The victim told police that she left her purse in a shopping cart in a Walmart parking lot. According to police, the suspect can be seen on surveillance video taking the purse and leaving the area.

The woman was last seen wearing large hoop earrings, a red t-shirt, eyeglasses, and dark pants.

Anyone with information on the suspect can contact the Opelika Police Department’s Investigative Services Division at (334)-705-5220 or their Secret Witness Hotline at (334)-745-8665.

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