HIGHLAND – The Highland Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect who stole a credit card machine for a dry cleaners business last month. On Thursday, October 22, 2017, at around 2:25 p.m. the Hispanic Man entered the McCleaners located on Baseline and Boulder Avenue in the City of Highland.
The man walked up to the counter and asked to pick up his dry cleaning. As the clerk attempted to locate his order, the suspect unplugged the credit card machine. The clerk attempted to pull it from his grip, but the suspect pulled it and ran out with it. He was described as a Hispanic man, thin build, with tattoos, all unidentified besides for the letter “D” on his left hand.
Anyone with information regarding this crime or has had similar crimes of this nature occurring in their city, please contact the Highland Police Station at 909-425-9793 extension 243.
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