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Police need your help identifying larceny suspects

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - Greenville Police need your help finding the people they say stole a woman’s credit cards, cash, checks and more when she turned her back while shopping.

A victim reports that while shopping at Walmart on Greenville Blvd on July 20, her wallet was taken from her shopping cart when her back was turned.   

The suspects took cash, credit and debit cards, checks, and other items.  The suspects used these stolen instruments to make several purchases totaling almost $1,000.

The victim’s financial card was also used at Trade/Wilco/Hess #1815, near North Campus Crossing, and at Rose Nails in Greenville before the victim had an opportunity to cancel the stolen card.

Detectives are asking for help from the public to identify these suspects.  Surveillance pictures are attached to this press release.

Anyone who can identify the suspects should call the Greenville Police Department at 252-329-4315.

CrimeStoppers will pay a reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case.  Call CrimeStoppers at 252-758-7777.
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