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Suspects caught on camera stealing televisions

CENTRAL, LA (WAFB) -

Sheriff's detectives are looking for a man caught on camera stealing televisions from the Central Walmart on two occasions.

According to reports, the suspect walked into the store, went to the hardware section and hid a screwdriver and pliers in his pants.  He then went to the garden center and used the tools to open a fire alarm door.  Then he picked up a large television and exited through the damaged door.

The first time he stole a television, he left in a tan, gold or silver Impala.  The second time, he was in a silver/gray four-door car with a white hood.

The suspect is estimated to be 25 to 30 years old with a thin build, light brown hair and gold cap on one of his upper teeth.  He was wearing a light-colored baseball cap with a "3" on it.

The thefts happened on December 21st and December 30th.

If you can identify the suspect, call Crime Stoppers at 344-STOP.

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