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Police seek man who stole from Walmart register

Around 9:30 Saturday night, investigators say this man was captured on surveillance video using a tool to pry into an unattended cash register at a Biloxi Walmart. Around 9:30 Saturday night, investigators say this man was captured on surveillance video using a tool to pry into an unattended cash register at a Biloxi Walmart.
If you recognize this man or have any information that could help investigators, call (228) 392-0641. If you recognize this man or have any information that could help investigators, call (228) 392-0641.
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Biloxi police are looking for a man who broke into a Walmart cash register while the store was open.

Around 9:30 Saturday night, investigators say this man was captured on surveillance video using a tool to pry into an unattended cash register. We're told the man was able to break into the money drawer and steal some cash.

Police said he then left the store and got away in a silver or gray sedan.    

If you recognize this man or have any information that could help investigators, call (228) 392-0641.

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