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Alleged Boot Outlet bandits caught on camera

(Photo source: Moss Point Police Department) (Photo source: Moss Point Police Department)
(Photo source: Moss Point Police Department) (Photo source: Moss Point Police Department)
(Photo source: Moss Point Police Department) (Photo source: Moss Point Police Department)
MOSS POINT, MS (WLOX) -

Moss Point police are asking for help identify two people caught on camera stealing clothes from the Boot Outlet on Hwy. 63.

Stacey Deans, with the Moss Point Police Department, said the shoplifting incident happened on Saturday.

Deans said the clerk told investigators the suspects, one male and one female, ran out of the store carrying several items. The alleged thieves reportedly took mostly clothes.

Deans said the suspects got into a late 1990 or earl 2000 model GMC Yukon or Chevrolet Tahoe after running out of the store. The dark colored SUV was last seen traveling south on Hwy. 63 Service Rd.

If you can identify the suspects, please call Moss Point police at 228-475-1711 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-787-5898.

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