Lebanon Reporter

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August 27, 2013

Police ask help in identifying shoplifting suspects

Police are looking for a pair of shoplifters dressed in Indianapolis Colts gear who hit the Kroger store, 2420 N. Lebanon St., Lebanon, for several hundred dollars in merchandise. Stolen were “Alli”-brand diet bills and several boxes of condoms. The total value is nearly $400. About 9:21 p.m. Saturday, the two entered the store separately, then met in the health and beauty section, where they allegedly stole the merchandise, Lebanon Police Dept. Lt. Brent Wheat said. For more of the story see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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