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Suspect wanted in Trade Wilco theft

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - Greenville Police want your help to identify the suspect who stole several items from an area convenience store.
 
It happened August 28 at the Trade Wilco on Dickinson Avenue.
 
Surveillance photos caught the suspect place a disposable camera, a flashlight, STP car additive, and other items into her purse before leaving the store; about $30 worth of merchandise.
 
The suspect is a middle-aged black female wearing a yellow shirt, yellow shorts, and black flip-flops.  She was seen driving away in a red Hundai Elantra.
 
If you have any information about the incident, report it to the Greenville Police Department at 252-329-4315. 
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