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Lexington Police seeking help identifying shoplifting suspects

Lexington, SC (Diana Nation) - Social media is a powerful tool and the Lexington Police department knows this, which is why they are once again asking for your help to identify a couple of shoplifting suspects. These two men are suspected of having shoplifted from the Lowe's Home Improvement store in the Town of Lexington on January 7, 2020.

The two men can clearly be seen on the surveillance cameras. One is a white man wearing black work overalls, a black sweatshirt, a black ballcap, and black sneaker-type shoes with white soles. He appears to have some type of marks on his right cheek and right neck area. The second man is a black make wearing black work overalls, a black work jacket, a white T-shirt, a black bandana-type head covering. He is wearing black shoes with gray soles and he has gold earing in both ears and a gold watch or bracelet on his left wrist.

The men appear to be leaving the store with DeWalt Power tools but it is unclear at this time if this is what was taken.

Shoplifting affects every consumer everywhere. Stores increase the prices of the things you buy to cover the cost of things people steal. Don't let these crimes go unpunished because you and I are certainly paying for it every time we pay for something like we're supposed to.

If you recognize either one or both of these men, call Detective Voravudhi at 803-358-1514. You can also make your tips annonymously at CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-888- CRIME SC or online at www.midlandscrimestoppers.com.

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