Lexington PD asks for the public’s help finding men who shoplifted from Kohls

Lexington, SC (Paul Kirby) – The Lexington Police Department is turning to the public to try to identify two men who shoplifted from a local store. The pair took an undisclosed amount of merchandise from the Kohls on Sunset Boulevard. They then dashed out the door, the anti-theft alarms alerted, and they jumped into a car that was waiting for them.

Thefts like this hurt us all of us by causing stores to raise their prices to compensate for the loss of the stolen items. This makes things more expensive for us all. Please watch the attached video closely. Look at their faces, their clothes, and the wheels of the car they fled in. Then, if you have any idea who the two men are, or even who was driving their getaway car, please call Detective Kenneth Heath with any information at 803-951-4642.

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