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Mansfield Police Seek Help In Finding iPad Theft Suspects
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/8/2014

Mansfield Police release photos of the suspects in the brazen theft of iPads at Wal- Mart on Possum Run Road.

Police are looking for one black male and three black females, who made off with thousands of dollars worth of items last Tuesday evening.

Lt. Doug Noblet of the Major Crimes Bureau says they pried open display cases to steal 15 iPads, a laptop computer, and a backpack, worth a combined $6,000.

If they're caught, the suspects face felony Grand Theft charges. The suspects fled in a white, four-door, Dodge Caliber, which is believed to have temporary tags.

To anonymously report their identities and whereabouts, call Mansfield Police dispatch at 419-522-1234, or Capt. Shari Robertson at 755-9754.

   
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