BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - A suspected thief got away with stealing one TV, so police say he pulled off the same heist twice.
Beavercreek police say the suspect stole two large screen televisions from Sam's Club on Pentagon Boulevard between December 12 and 16. Both crimes happened during the evening and both involved the same suspect driving in a full sized truck.
Police describe the suspect in his 40s with a short haircut. The getaway truck is dark in color with a metal toolbox mounted in the bed.
Police say the man loaded up the TVs in a cart within minutes of entering the store. He then pushed them out a fire exit and into his truck.
There was reportedly a woman driving the truck during one of the robberies.
Each TV is valued at $700.
Call the Beavercreek Police Department Tip Line at 320-7393 if you have any information about the man's identity.
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