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Deputies ID man, woman suspected of theft from Target

(Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office) (Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office) (Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office)
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) - Richmond County deputies have identified a man and woman suspected of stealing a GPS from the Target on Robert C. Daniel Parkway.

Surveillance video shows the man - identified as Walter Brian Wade Jr. - taking the GPS from the shelf around noon on Oct. 10, according to Richmond County Sheriff's Office. He then handed it to the woman - identified as Connie Presley - and she put it in her purse while the man watched. 

They both left in a silver Toyota Highland without paying for the GPS, deputies said. 

Presley, 23, is in the Columbia County Detention Center. 

Anyone with information about the incident or the identification of the suspects, can contact Richmond County Sheriff's Office Deputy Angela Gates at 706-821-1088 or any on-call investigator at 706-821-1080.

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