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Identity of suspects sought

North Augusta Department of Public Safety
Public's help asked in identifying these suspects
Friday, Jan. 25, 2013 9:25 AM
Last updated 7:51 PM
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North Augusta police are asking the public’s help in identifying two fraud suspects.

According to a news release from the Department of Public Safety, these two suspects are wanted in reference to December fraud case at Walmart.

Anyone with information should contact Detective Chris Toole at North Augusta Department of Public Safety at (803) 441-4217.

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Little Lamb
Little Lamb 01/25/13 - 10:49 am

It looks like she's holding a glass of red wine in her hand. Is Wal-Mart conducting wine tastings now? The guy looks like he's sipping a gin and tonic. Maybe that will help identify him.

BTW, is this a photo from Wal-Mart's security camera? You would think they would invest in higher resolution equipment. Still, the lighting's good.

soapy_725 01/25/13 - 11:22 am
All of the components for their in store party

are in place. Go to one department and get some glasses, Go to other departments and get the mixers. They probably ate lunch in the aisles before the cocktails. A version of street food. Fun day at Wally World. We remember people who would got to Regency Mall and make a meal circulating through the many food vendor samples.

Hunter Gatherers.

BamaMan 01/25/13 - 04:17 pm

you crack me up. But you're so correct!!

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