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Kilgore police seeking public's help to find theft suspect

(Source: Kilgore Police Department) (Source: Kilgore Police Department)
(Source: Kilgore Police Department) (Source: Kilgore Police Department)
KILGORE, TX (KLTV) -

The Kilgore Police Department is seeking a suspect in a theft that occurred at Zippy J's located at State Highway 42 on June 5. 

The man was a passenger in what appeared to be a white Dodge Durango.

If you can identify this subject, please contact Detective Kay Lynn Newbill at (903) 983-1559, ext 231. You can also contact Gregg County Crimestoppers at (903) 236-STOP. Refer to KPD Incident #130606946.

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