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2 suspects wanted for Hobby Lobby jewelry theft

DALTON, GA. (WRCB)-- The Dalton Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying two men who stole nearly $1,500 worth of jewelry from the Walnut Avenue Hobby Lobby. These two men are also suspected of stealing items from a Hobby Lobby location in Cleveland, Tennessee.

At approximately 2:00 PM on July 14th, two white men entered the Hobby Lobby store at 2103 East Walnut Avenue. They were recorded on the store's surveillance system walking up to a jewelry counter and stuffing items into their pockets before bypassing cash registers and walking out of the store. Store managers found that the jewelry was missing and called police.

After comparing the images from the Dalton store to pictures from the Cleveland, TN location, Dalton investigators determined that the suspects were the same people. Images from the Cleveland store's surveillance cameras are included with this release.

One of the suspects has a medium build and a brown beard and wore a ball cap. The other individual had close cropped dark hair and a stocky build. These individuals may be traveling in a white Ford Taurus.

If you have any information on the identity of these men or this crime, please contact Detective Brandon Carter with the Dalton Police Department at 706-278-9085, extension 183.

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