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Man in surveillance images sought in Dothan theft

(Source: Dothan Police Department) (Source: Dothan Police Department)
(Source: Dothan Police Department) (Source: Dothan Police Department)
(Source: Dothan Police Department) (Source: Dothan Police Department)
DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) -

Dothan police are trying to identify a man who is wanted for questioning in a theft investigation.

Police released surveillance images of the man at Westgate Recreation Center Friday. He's described as a black male, approximately 5'11" to 6'3", and 200 to 250 pounds.

If you have any information on this man's identity, call the Dothan Police Department at 334-615-3000. To leave an anonymous tip, call Crime Stoppers at 334-793-7000 or text "DACS" and your tip to 274637.

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