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LPD searching for Walgreens razor thieves

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock Police need your help to find two theft suspects, both accused of stealing razors from Walgreens.

Police say the first suspect walked out of Walgreens at 82nd and Milwaukee with at least three electric razors. The theft happened back on May 15th.  

The suspect is described as a black male, 5'08", approximately 160 lbs with short, black hair, wearing a white t-shirt & back jeans.

Surveillance caught the second suspect hiding merchandise underneath his clothes. Police say he stole two electric shavers from the Walgreens at 50th and Avenue Q back on June 5th.

This suspect is described as Hispanic male, 5'06", approximately 150-160 lbs, wearing a dark ball cap, black jeans, black t-shirt & white tennis shoes.  He was last seen walking around the 1700 Block of 50th Street near Garza's Barber Shop.

If you can help police identify either of these suspects call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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