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April 25, 2013

State Police seek help in finding Wal-Mart larceny suspects

PLATTSBURGH — State Police are searching for two people they say stole about $8,000 in electronics from Wal-Mart in Plattsburgh just after midnight Saturday.

The suspects are a white male and a white female who left the store in a vehicle traveling toward Ampersand Drive, police said in a news release.

That road leads from the Sam’s Club parking lot in the Consumer Square plaza, where Wal-Mart is located, to Rugar Street.

The stolen items include laptops, camcorders and digital cameras.

Anyone with information is asked to call Plattsburgh-based State Police at 563-3761.

Police did obtain some still images from security cameras at Wal-Mart. View them at http://tinyurl.com/ayq7xt6.

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