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Shoplifters sought after sneaking out of store with pricey clothing

NICOLE FORMOSAsummit daily news
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Summit County, CO ColoradoSILVERTHORNE – The Silverthorne Police Department needs the public’s help in identifying two shoplifters who stole several thousand dollars worth of clothes from the Tommy Hilfiger Outlet store last week.

On Nov. 30, Officer Anne Baldwin responded to a theft that occurred between 11:55 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. when two males entered the Tommy Hilfiger store located at 125 Stephens Way in the Outlets at Silverthorne and stole several thousand dollars worth of merchandise. The suspects were observed on a surveillance tape entering the store several times and moving to a corner of the store looking at clothes. The video showed them collecting a large number of clothing items, taking them to the dressing room, then leaving the dressing room without leaving the clothes in the dressing room or paying for the items. They were observed on the video surveillance leaving the store and returning several times.

The store believes that the suspects concealed dozens of polo style short-sleeved men’s shirts and several dozen men’s cotton long-sleeved button shirts. The suspects are described as follows:

n The first suspect is a male in his early 20s, tall with strong build and a shaved, but tan head. He was last seen wearing a dark colored jacket that went several inches below the waist with a hood, green pants and brown shoes. He speaks possibly Spanish or Portuguese. n The second suspect is also in his early 20s, tall with a strong build and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a brown colored jacket with green pants and speaks possibly Spanish or Portuguese.If you have any information about this theft, call Detective Amy Noraka at the Silverthorne Police Department at (970) 262-7320, or call Summit County Crime Stoppers at 1-866-453-7867.


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