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Police release images of purse thief at Monterey H.S.

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock police invite you to help find a purse thief.  Police released two images of a suspect as seen on surveillance cameras August 21st at about 1:00 PM in the Monterey High School.  A police wanted poster says "the suspect enters an unoccupied office in the school and take a purse from a desk.  The suspect is described by police as Black male, medium build, short black hair, possibly in his 20's, wearing a multi-colored striped short sleeve shirt and black shorts.  A police report lists the victim's loss as $350.00.  If you can help police find the suspect, please call Crimeline at 741-1000.

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