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Police seek Wal Mart TV theft suspects

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Vehicle on Monday night. Vehicle on Monday night.
Vehicle on Tuesday. Vehicle on Tuesday.
Suspect leaving Monday night. Suspect leaving Monday night.
Suspect leaving Tuesday. Suspect leaving Tuesday.

 

Silver Spring Township Police want to identify two males accused of stealing TVs from Wal Mart. 

Officials say the male pictured on the left stole a TV on Monday and put it in a gold/tan Toyota Tundra (possibly a 2006). 

On Tuesday another male stole the same style TV and put it in the bed of what police believe is the same truck. 

If you have any information regarding the identity of either man contact police at 717-697-0607 or anonymously at 717-591-8242.

 

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