Suspect photos released, 4 thefts & one robbery - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Suspect photos released, 4 thefts & one robbery

Ulta Salon, photos from LPD Ulta Salon, photos from LPD
Pinkies, photos from LPD Pinkies, photos from LPD
K-Mart, photo from LPD K-Mart, photo from LPD
Wal Mart, photos from LPD Wal Mart, photos from LPD
NL Game Room, photos from LPD NL Game Room, photos from LPD

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Police are looking for several suspects in one robbery and four thefts in Lubbock.

In one such case police say two people walked into the Ulta Salon, 6070 Marsha Sharp Freeway, on July 18th and stole items from the business.  The suspects are described as a White female, 18 - 24 years old, 5'04",  and approximately 120 pounds with brown hair.  Police says she has acne & acne scars on her face.   Police say she was with an Hispanic man, 18 - 24 years old, 5'08", approximately 155 pounds, with shaggy hair, and a lip ring.

Police say the vehicle in which they were last seen is described as maroon & burgundy Chevy Trailblazer with a partial license plate number of VH4.

Police are looking for three individuals who walked into Pinkies at 5212 57th Street and stole two bottles of liquor.  The suspects are described as a Black female, 5'07", and 140 pounds; and a Black female, 5'08", approximately 310 pounds; and a Black female, 5'07",  approximately 300 pounds.  They were seen heading east on 58th Street driving a blue Dodge Durango with license plate 177 ZMJ.  Police did not say when the theft occurred.

Then, police say on September 8th, two women walked into the K-Mart at 6501 University and stole several items of baby clothing. They put the items into a large pink purse and walked out of the store. The suspects are both described as Black females, heavy build, 30-35 years old, with short black hair.  They were last seen in a 1999 tan Chevy Tahoe with license plate 28JKF7.

Police also say they are looking for a Black man and White woman suspected of credit card abuse at the Wal Mart on West Loop 289 on August 22nd.  Police released an image from surveillance video but did not offer a physical description.  They were last seen in a four-door black or blue car.

Two men robbed the NL Gameroom, 2910 Slide Road on September 4th at about 1:00 AM, according to police.  The suspects are described as a taller male, perhaps 6'0", possibly Black, and 170 pounds; and a shorter male, unknown race, 5'8", and 170 pounds.   Police are not releasing the amount of money taken in the robbery.

If you have any details on any of these cases, please contact Crime Line at 741-1000

(Jessica Thornton contributed to this report.)

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