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Milford Police trying to identify man involved in business theft

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MILFORD, OH (FOX19) -

Milford Police are looking to identify a person of interest in a daytime theft from a business.

The male went into a business at 402 Main Street on June 9 and may have left with a deposit bag.

The man is described as white, 5 foot 10 inches tall, medium build, with short reddish hair and facial hair and tattoos on his left forearm. He was wearing a black shirt with stripes.

Anyone who can identify this man is asked to contact the Milford Police Department at 513-248-5084 or plane@milfordohio.org.

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