SUGARCREEK TWP., Ohio (WDTN) - Crime Stoppers needs your help to identify a group of women stealing expensive items from the Sugarcreek Walmart store.
Police say the women loaded up a cart full of items worth $1,200 on September 16. They say the women returned on September 20 and did again racking up another $700 worth of stolen merchandise.
Investigators say the suspects rang up the merchandise at a self-checkout counter and put the items in Walmart bags.
They say one of the women distracted the store clerk so that the others could walk out without paying for the items.
Call Crime Stoppers if you have any information about the crimes at 222-7867.
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