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Nassau Crime Stoppers Seek Larcenist

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A suspect is wanted for stealing from the Sunrise Mall.

Massapequa, NY - January 29, 2014  - Crime Stoppers and the Nassau County Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying the pictured subject in connection with a Petit Larceny which occurred in Massapequa, New York. 
 
On Saturday, November 16, 2013, at approximately 8:14 PM, the subject was observed inside City Source located at 248 Sunrise Mall, Massapequa. While present in the store the subject did steal a pair of tan Timberland Boots valued at approximately $180.00, and exit the store passing all points of purchase without making payment for the item. The subject fled the scene in an unknown direction. 
 
Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who can identify this subject, or with any information about this crime to call our toll free hotline: 1-800-244-TIPS (8477).
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