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17 October 2019
State Police seek public assistance with identifying two individuals in surveillance photo
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Philip T. Rougeux
Troop D Commander
store security photos
State Police in Lowville is investigating a larceny that occurred on two separate dates at the Walmart Store on Route 12 in the town of Lowville.
On September 23rd, members from the Walmart Asset Protection observed an unknown male and female in the electronics department selecting a desktop computer valued at $399.00 and placing it in a shopping cart. The couple then proceeded toward the front of the store and exited the store without making payment for the computer.
On October 10, 2019, video surveillance showed the same unknown male and female subjects select a desktop computer valued at $539.00 and place it in a shopping cart. The couple then walked toward the front of the store to self-checkout terminal and began to cash out. During the transaction, the male subject scanned a few small items, then failed to scan a Kitchen Aid Mixer ($39.88), a package of women's underwear ($9.98) and a Lenovo Desk Top Computer ($539.00). The unknown male and female then exited the store passing all points of payment and failed to render payment for the unscanned the merchandise. The total value of unpaid merchandise on 10/10/19 was $588.86.
If anyone can identify the individuals in the store security photos above, they are asked to contact State Police at (315) 366-6000.
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