PULASKI, Va. (WFXR) — The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office once again adopted an unconventional approach in its call for public assistance in identifying a suspect in a convenience store breaking and entering.
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office had previously reported a breaking and entering on the morning of Friday, Nov. 8. The agency is now shedding more light on the crime.
The sheriff’s office said the person in the image above threw a rock through the door of Shop Eez and proceeded to take 200 packs of cigarettes. The agency previously announced the theft of several cigars, lighters, and lighter fluid, totaling over $2,000 in stolen property and damage.
In Thursday’s post, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said the person noticed one of the store’s surveillance cameras and pulled it off the wall, but he neglected to remove the others. The remaining cameras confirm that the individual is a black male wearing a black toboggan turned inside out and embroidered with what appear to be yellow Greek letters.
Anyone with information on this person of interest should call the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office at (540) 980-7800.
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