SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Simpsonville Police hope surveillance footage will assist them monitor down a “seize and run” thief.
Investigators say the person hit the SAKS Off fifth on the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass on Saturday between 7:30 p.m. and seven:forty five p.m. He acquired away with a number of hundred dollars in merchandise.
Surveillance video exhibits the suspect getting out of a small white or grey automotive, that police say seems to be a Prius. The suspect then walks into “Saks Off fifth Avenue,” grabs a purchasing bag and packs it full of things like garments and footwear. Police say the thief stashes the bag, leaves the shop and returns minutes later earlier than strolling out with the buying bag packed filled with merchandise.
The shop’s alarms sounded, however the suspect ran out to the ready getaway automotive earlier than anybody might cease him.
Police say thefts like this are widespread on the retailers. They typically see thieves working collectively and touring from surrounding cities.
“We have had teams of individuals from everywhere are available right here and hit our main shops and it has develop into an issue,” stated Todd Rankin with the Simpsonville Police Division.
The suspect with a reddish beard was wearing a black shirt, black pants and grey ball cap. Police say he left the mall in a small grey or white automotive. Police could not inform if getaway automotive had Kentucky plates, however say it was lacking a hubcap.
Anybody with info is requested to contact Simpsonville Police Officer Kyle Bennett at 502-722-8110.
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