St. Cloud Police Looking For Suspects Who Stole $15,000 Worth of Textbooks [PHOTOS]
ST. CLOUD - St. Cloud Police are asking for help to identify and find three suspects who shoplifted over $15,000 worth of books from the St. Cloud State University Husky Bookstore.
Police were originally called to the store in Centennial Hall on February 14th to investigate.
Three men were seen on video surveillance who entered the store, put textbooks in book bags and then walked out without paying.
Store employees checked inventory logs and other surveillance video and found the same suspects stole from the business eight different times between February 5th and the 17th.
The suspects primarily stole chemisty, biochemistry, business law and other science textbooks. Police haven't been able to identify or find the suspects.
Anyone with information on the suspects is urged to contact St. Cloud Police at 320-251-1200 or the Tri County Crime Stoppers 320-255-1301.
Crime tips can also be texted to the Crime Stoppers. Enter 274637 ("Crimes") into the destination box, start your text with TRITIP, enter a space, then type in the tip information.
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The case is being investigated by St. Cloud Police and the Campus Area Police Services Unit.