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Police identify suspect wanted for $120,000 theft at E. Texas oil business

Thorsten Nirmaier (Source: Harrison County Sheriff's Office) Thorsten Nirmaier (Source: Harrison County Sheriff's Office)
HARRISON COUNTY, TX (KLTV) - A Longview man is now wanted in connection with a $120,000 burglary at an East Texas oil business.

The Harrison County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in locating 42-year-old Thorsten Nirmaier of Longview. Nirmaier was allegedly involved in a theft that occurred during the early morning hours of February 14.

Over 50 parts were stolen out of a Schlumberger warehouse located on Whitehurst Drive near Interstate 20. A Miller welding machine, approximately 600 feet of welding leads and various scrap metal pieces were also taken from the location. In all, the stolen items are worth over $120,000.

Anyone with information regarding Nirmaier's whereabouts is asked to contact Investigator Kevin Johnson at the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-923-4000. Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 903-935-9969.

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