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Shoplifters cost us all, let’s help the Lexington Police Department find these suspected grocery thi

Lexington, SC (Paul Kirby) – Don’t you get tired of having to pay more and more for items when you shop? Part of the problem with higher prices is something retailers call shrinkage. Shrinkage is just another word for stealing or unexplained losses from a store’s inventory. The cost of shrinkage is shared across the store’s entire inventory making all the prices go up! That’s why we need to help the Lexington Police Department catch these suspected shoplifters; their crime costs us all.

The pair in the attached photos are believed to have gone to the Lowe’s Foods on Sunset Boulevard and stolen many items. Look at the one photograph of the woman’s basket packed with high-quality, high cost meats! Both appear to be Caucasian and in their twenties or thirties. The woman has some very distinct tattoos on her left arm and chest and who knows where else. Someone out there knows who these two are.

If you have information, you could call Detective Voravudhi with the LPD at 803-358-1514. You could also submit your tips to Crimestoppers in any of these ways. Call them at 1-888-CRIME SC, make tips through their website at midlandscrimestoppers.com, or download their P3 app from either app store.

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