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Village of Butler police asking for help in identifying theft suspects

VILLAGE OF BUTLER, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Village of Butler Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects involved in a theft.

Authorities say it happened on Thursday, April 16 near 125th St. and Hampton Ave. According to police, around 9:19 p.m., two suspects went up to the counter to buy seven bottles of liquor. When the clerk looked away, the suspects grabbed the bottles and left the store without paying. The value of the bottles totaled $216.43.

The first suspect is described as a middle aged black man, 5'0"-5'08", wearing a baseball hat, blue medical mask and a multi-colored sweater.

The second suspect is described as a 20-25 year old black man, 6'0", last wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.

The two left in a maroon or burgundy four-door sedan.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 262-781-2431.

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PhilipSchwigel 41 days ago
Oh yes, Now I remember. Liquor Stores are Essential & can remain open during the Pandemic. The crooks didn't mean no harm, they are Social Distancing. The clerk should count his/her blessings, most liquor store heists result in fatal gunfire.
Repton1 41 days ago
It was found that locking up thieves forever , and throwing away the key ( might be symbolic ) stopped thieves in their tracks.
Marc 41 days ago
Odd.....doesn't look like a blue medical mask to me....but I believe you.
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