Natick Police Seek Public's Help in Identifying Shoplifting Subjects Caught on Video
Three women were caught on video walking out of a store with merchandise that they hadn't paid for, and Natick Police are asking for your help in identifying the subjects.
The Natick Police Department is asking the public to help identify three female subjects who who allegedly shoplifted at least $470 worth in merchandise from a local store.
According to the Department's Facebook Page, on Jan. 30 three black females in their 20s had entered a store and two of them stayed together, while the other one remained alone. The pair of subjects allegedly selected clothing that they took into the fitting room, where they concealed it inside a bag and proceeded to leave the store without paying for the merchandise.
These two subjects were seen getting into a newer mid-size silver or grey sedan. They drove around to another entrance, where the third subject ran out of the store with a large bag full of unknown merchandise.
As of last night at around 9:30 p.m., one of the subjects (wearing the red puffy coat) has been identified, but police still need your help identifying the other two.
Anyone that can assist with the identification is asked to contact the Natick Police Department Detective Division at: 508-647-9520. You can also report anonymously by using the Natick Police Department's Online Reporting system.