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Columbia County Sheriff's Department looking for shoplifting suspects

Target shoplifting suspect; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office Target shoplifting suspect; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
Target shoplifting suspect; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office Target shoplifting suspect; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
Target shoplifting suspect car; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office Target shoplifting suspect car; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
EVANS, GA (WFXG) -

The Columbia County Sheriff's Department is looking for shoplifting suspects from Target.

On Oct. 16, authorities were called to the Target shopping center in Evans in reference to a shoplifting incident. Two females and a juvenile entered the store and shopped through ready-to-wear children and infant clothing. They then are accused of picking up a tote and a purse, putting the items in and passing all checkout counters before exiting the store without paying.

If you have any information on the identification of these suspects, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office at 706-541-3999.

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