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Tyler police searching for shoplifter

Video Surveillance of PT Cruiser at Walmart Video Surveillance of PT Cruiser at Walmart

TYLER, TX - Tyler police are searching for a man who stole a computer from the west side Walmart.

On December 11, a white male suspect entered the Wal-Mart on Hwy 64 W. at proceeded to the electronics department where he took a Hewlett Packard Laptop Computer valued at $900.

The man then walked out of the store without paying for it.

The suspect had someone waiting in a silver PT Cruiser when he exited the store.

Tyler police are asking for anyone with information on this suspect to please contact The Tyler Police Department or Smith County Crime Stoppers.

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