CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police looking for suspect in theft at Bahama - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police looking for suspect in theft at Bahama Bucks Corporation office

(Source: LPD) (Source: LPD)
(Source: LPD) (Source: LPD)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Detectives with the Lubbock Police Department need help in identifying the suspect in this video. On Jan 25 the male suspect is caught on camera taking several packages from the Bahama Bucks Corporation office at 5741 50th street.

According to the video, the male suspect was parked behind the UPS truck loading pallets into his truck. In the video, he is seen watching and waiting for the UPS truck to drive away. After the UPS truck left, the suspect was caught on camera taking all of the packages, which contained items worth several hundred dollars.

At the time of the theft, the male suspect was driving an early to mid-2000 model brown, copper or dark orange colored F250 extended cab. It appears to have a black grill guard and a chrome toolbox. There appears to be damage to the driver's side of the hood, and peeling or faded paint. The suspect was also towing what appeared to be a red trailer.

Lubbock Police urge anyone with information on this case to call Crime Line at 806-741-1000.

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