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Loveland Police Search For Shoplifters Accused Of Swiping $2,600 In North Face Coats From Dick's Sporting Goods

LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) - Loveland Police Department is investigating a recent retail theft at a Dick's Sporting Goods location, and police want the public's help to name the suspects caught on surveillance cameras.

According to the police department's Facebook post, on Dec. 8, three accused shoplifters walked through the front doors of the sporting goods store and ran away with $2,600 in North Face-branded coats.

HERE IS an eye-opening demonstration of exactly how retail theft works. You might even think it was staged. But no – these three shoplifters walked in the front doors of Dick's Sporting Goods, gathered armloads of North Face branded coats with tags totaling $2,600, and ran out. It happened during a span of 40 seconds the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 8, and within the view of this surveillance camera. Witnesses said the three fled in a small, dark-colored SUV. If anyone can help identify these people, please call LPD's non-emergency number, 970-667-2151.

Posted by Loveland Police Department on Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Witnesses told investigators the three suspects got away in a small, dark-colored SUV.

There is no further information at this time.

Anyone with information can call LPD's non-emergency number at 970-667-2151.


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