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Sheriff releases photos of Neapolis Carry-Out thieves

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NEAPOLIS, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The Lucas County Sheriff's Office is asking for help identifying two thieves caught on surveillance video.

The suspects were caught on camera at the Neapolis Carry-Out twice, but they only entered the store once, early on July 3. They disabled an outdoor security camera, but were then seen on an inside camera stealing cartons of cigarettes.

Their identities were well-concealed, but the sheriff's office is hoping someone will be able to identify them from the security images.

Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to contact the Lucas County Sheriff's Office at 419-213-4917 or send them a private message on Facebook.

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