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Pineville police search for larceny suspect

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    - Pineville Police Department
    This is the gold Pontiac passenger car in which a larceny suspect drove from the Belk’s department store in Pineville on June 9.
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    - Pineville Police Department
    A larceny suspect is shown carrying out more than $1,000 in clothes from Belk’s department store at 1009 Carolina Place Parkway in Pineville on June 9.
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    - Pineville Police Department
    A larceny suspect is shown talking on his cell phone as he enters Belk’s department store at at 1009 Carolina Place Parkway in Pienville on June 9

Pineville police released surveillance photos on Wednesday in hopes of identifying the man who stole at least $1,000 in clothing from Belk’s department store at 1009 Carolina Place Parkway on June 9.

The man walked into the store at 11:20 a.m. while talking on his cell phone, police said. He was wearing blue jeans and a shirt with an unknown design on the front.

The man left in a gold Pontiac passenger car.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 704-889-2231.

Marusak: 704-358-5067; Twitter: @jmarusak
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