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Over $1,500 in Nail Polish Stolen from Lake Orion CVS

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(Lake Orion Police, Jan. 11, 2016)

Lake Orion, MI – Crime Alert – Retail Fraud

Requesting Assistance in Suspect Identification.

Friday,January 8, 2016 9:40 am– Retail Fraud Investigation – CVS Pharmacy 295 S. Broadway (M24)

Lake Orion Police responded to a report of retail fraud at the CVS Pharmacy located at 295 S. Broadway (M24). The officer spoke with a manager who reported they had discovered a large UrbaneAd_04amount of nail polish has been stolen. CVS management estimate up to 90 or more bottles of nail polish have been stolen with a total value of about $1,600.00. Police and CVS management reviewed the store surveillance video and observed the following;

On Saturday, December 26, 2015 at 3:00 pm a lone white female described as 5.03, 130 lbs with dark hair entered the store and proceeded to place a very large amount of nail polish bottles in her purse and then leave without paying.

On Thursday, January 7, 2016 at about 11:40 am a white male and what appears to be the same white female enter the store. The female proceeds to place the remainder of the nail polish left on the shelf into her purse and they are seen leaving the store, without paying for the merchandise.

Lake Orion Police are asking if anyone recognizes the individuals or has information sideADpinkregarding this crime to call the LOPD Dispatch Center at (248) 693-8321, or call 1-800-SPEAK UP. Please do not post information or comments on this page, post or site. Thank you.

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