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VIDEO: Thief breaks into Boost Mobile in Waterford

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Police need help to identify this man seen stealing cell phones March 4 in Waterford Police need help to identify this man seen stealing cell phones March 4 in Waterford
WATERFORD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Waterford Police are seeking help from the public to identify the suspect seen breaking into a Boost Mobile store on Telegraph. The theft took place March 4 around midnight.

Click on the video player to watch surveillance video of the crime in progress.

Investigators say the suspect kicked in a window and entered the business. He tried unsuccessfully to break several cabinets and took off with pre-paid cell phones from a display rack. The suspect is wearing a black knit cap, a gray hooded jacket with a red shirt underneath, dark pants, shoes and gloves.

If you recognize this suspect, call the Waterford Police Tip Line: (248) 674-COPS (2677) or e-mail: policetips@twp.waterford.mi.us Crime Stoppers is offering up to $2,500 REWARD for tips leading to the arrest of criminals. Their Anonymous Tip line is 1-800-SPEAK-UP (800-773-2587)

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