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Suspects wanted in Longview car theft

Released by The Longview Police Department:

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - On January 20, 2012 at 7:47 p.m., a Longview Police Officer was dispatched to Wal-Mart located at 515 East Loop 281.  When the Officer arrived the victim told Police that someone had stolen her car, a 1999 charcoal gray Chrysler Cirrus, but that she still had the keys to the car in her possession.  The Officer reviewed the video footage from the store.  From the video footage they learned that a white male and white female, driving a dark colored SUV park near the victim's car.  The female noticed the victim's car trunk was open as she walked by.  According to the video the couple went inside the store and spoke with a tax preparation employee at a kiosk there.  After a few minutes the suspects walk out of the store, walk up to the victim's vehicle and open the trunk completely.  The male removed an item from the victim's trunk and got into his SUV and left.  A few minutes later the suspects return.  The male suspect got out of the SUV and into the victim's car and drove away.   The male suspect was wearing a white ball cap, blue jeans, orange shirt with white stripes, and a tan coat.  The female was wearing blue jeans, a dark colored blouse and had shoulder length hair. 

On January 22, 2012 Officers located the stolen car during an unrelated investigation. 

Police are asking anyone with information about this crime to contact Detective Tim Eaton, 903-237-1198 or if they wish to remain anonymous, contact Gregg County Crimestoppers at 903-236-7867.

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