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Police Look for Suspects Wanted for Stealing From Kmart

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Video surveillance photos of the shoplifting suspects. Video surveillance photos of the shoplifting suspects.

STEVENSVILLE, Md.- Maryland State Police are asking the public's help in identifying two suspects accused of stealing a large flat-screen TV from the Kmart on Kent Landing Road in Stevensville.

On Wednesday, Kmart's lost prevention officer alerted police that two white males walked out of the store with a 50-inch TV and took off in a tan four-door sedan with unknown Maryland registration.

Police are reviewing surveillance video of the incident are asking anyone with information regarding this investigation to call the MSP Centreville Barrack at (410) 758-1101.

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