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Suspect May Have Stolen More Than $2.1K of Baby Formula

The Lincoln Police Department on Thursday afternoon asked the public to help identify a man suspected of stealing more than $1,000 worth of baby formula from a Target store last week.

But investigators think the suspect might have stolen baby formula from the same store last month, making off with more than $2,100 worth of the baby formula.

The Police Department posted on its Facebook page an image of suspect captured on a store security camera. The suspect can be seen pushing a shopping cart filled with containers of baby formula.

Jill Thompson, a Lincoln police spokeswoman, said the suspect in both thefts at the Target store in the 900 block of Groveland Lane loaded a shopping cart with baby formula and walked out without paying… The Sacramento Bee

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