RIVERSIDE – Authorities need the public’s help to identify two women the suspects who stole a wallet and attempted to go shopping using the victim’s funds. On Sunday, April 9, 2017, at around 10:30 a.m. a wallet was stolen from a shopping cart at the Sprouts’ located in the 400 block of East Alessandro Boulevard. The thieves eager to spend their newfound and illegally obtained wealth, rushed over to a Target store located on the 3300 block of Arlington Avenue. Three female suspects made several attempts to make purchases at the Target location.
Two of the suspects, suspect #1 and #2 were caught on surveillance. Suspect one is described as being a Hispanic of Black woman, 20-23-years-old, 5’4”-5’7”, 125 pounds, with long straight black hair. The second suspect is described as a Black woman, also between 20-23-years-old, 5’4”-5’7”, 140 pounds, with long straight black hair. The third suspect (not pictured) was described as a Hispanic or Black adult female between 20-23-years-old, 5’4” to 5’7”, 140 pounds with long straight black hair. She was last seen in a black zippered sweatshirt, skinny jeans, white socks, and black sandals. All three suspects left in a light-colored 4-door sedan.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Brazil at (951) 353-7117 or at MBrazil@riversideca.gov.For late-breaking news, follow 24/7 Headline News on our Los Angeles County Facebook group, Riverside County Facebook group, Coachella Valley News group, US News group, Victor Valley/Inland Empire Facebook group. If you like what we are doing and want regular updates on your facebook stream like our Facebook Fan Page. You may also follow 24/7 Headline News on Twitter and Instagram!
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