Police hope pictures lead to razor blade thiefs

razor blade theft suspects
Still photo taken from surveillance video of the two suspects.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)   Almost $2,000 worth of razor blades were stolen from two Walgreens stores in southwest Fort Wayne in late February.  The Allen County Sheriff’s Department hopes someone will identify the two women captured on surveillance cameras who are believed to be responsible for the thefts.

At about 3:30 p.m. on February 25, the two suspects entered the Walgreens in Chestnut Plaza at the intersection of Scott Road and State Road 14.  They put multiple packages of razor blades in their purses and left without paying.  Later that day, one of the suspects entered the Walgreens located at Time Corners and shop lifted several packages of razor blades.

The two are believed to have been traveling in a black, 4-door car.

Both women are described as being white and in their late 20’s or early 30’s with brown hair.

The two women are believed to have driven away in a black, 4-door car.
The two women are believed to have driven away in a black, 4-door car.

One suspect was wearing blue/green scrubs with a blue/purple flowered shirt. The other was wearing a brown and tan checkered sweatshirt with a yellow undershirt.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Hogan at 449-7412.

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