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Possible Repeat Shoplifter Sought by Tri-City Authorities

ShopKo shoplifting suspect possibly linked to other such thefts
(Kennewick police department photo)

Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for help from the public.

Kennewick police have released information about a suspect who not only tried to wheel a cart of merchandise out of ShopKo Aug. 20, but is believed to possibly be involved in several others.

The suspect allegedly pushed a cart out of the Kennewick ShopKo but fled when confronted by store security. Anyone with information is asked to call Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers at 509-586-TIPS (8477).

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