CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police searching for TJ Maxx burglary suspects - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police searching for TJ Maxx burglary suspects

Suspects as they entered TJ Maxx (Source: LPD) Suspects as they entered TJ Maxx (Source: LPD)
One suspect running out of TJ Maxx with purses (Source: LPD) One suspect running out of TJ Maxx with purses (Source: LPD)
Another suspect seen running out of the store (Source: LPD) Another suspect seen running out of the store (Source: LPD)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Detectives with the Lubbock Police Department need the public's help in identifying two suspects who broke into TJ Maxx on Sept. 16 and stole several high-valued handbags.

According to the police report and the surveillance video, the two suspects broke in through the front door by breaking the bottom glass door and kicking it in. One of the suspects is seen in the video using a basket to prop open the front door of the business. 

Both suspects are seen in the video running out of the store with a large number of handbags each. 

One suspect was last seen wearing a red hoodie and the other was last seen wearing a grey hoodie.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Line at 806-741-1000.

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