Police look for help finding suspect of alleged theft at Wal-Mart

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Waterford - Police are looking for a man who they say stole a computer and a flat-screen television from Wal-Mart Tuesday evening.

The man was accompanied by a woman and a child, who were not with from him at the time of the 7:50 p.m. theft but left with him, police said.

The three drove away in a dark vehicle, described to police as a minivan or Toyota Scion-type vehicle.

Police are asking for help in identifying the suspects. Contact Officer O'Connell at (860) 442-9451 or at toconnell@waterfordct.org and reference Case No. 2013-00626. All information will be kept confidential.


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