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Police seek man who stole change dispensers

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Theft at 7510 W. Peoria Ave Theft at 7510 W. Peoria Ave
Theft at 8326 W. Union Hills Theft at 8326 W. Union Hills
Theft at 18619 N. 107th Ave Theft at 18619 N. 107th Ave
PEORIA, Ariz. -

Peoria Police are looking for a man who has been walking into convenience stores and taking change dispensers from the checkout counters.

Investigators believe the same man is responsible for 11 thefts of these dispensers in Peoria and Phoenix.

On each occasion, the suspect walks in, grabs the dispenser, and runs out of the store.

He often goes to multiple locations in the same day. On December 21, the suspect hit businesses at 75th Avenue & Peoria, 83rd Avenue & Union Hills, and 107th Avenue & Union Hills.

The suspect is described as a white male 35 to 45 years old, 5'9"-6'1" in height, and about 150-190 pounds. He has graying hair and may wear glasses.

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By text:  Type PPD, then your message, and send to 274-637 (CRI-MES)
By phone: 623-773-7045
By email: PDTips@peoriaaz.gov
Through Tipsoft program: www.peoriaaz.gov/police

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