Police Investigate Spree of Thefts from Nordstrom Rack

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    Farmington police are asking for help from the public to identify the people behind a string of thefts from Nordstrom Rack in Farmington. These are from the Feb. 24 case.

    Farmington police are asking for help from the public to identify the people behind a string of thefts from Nordstrom Rack in Farmington.

    Police said there have been four thefts at the Nordstrom Rack at 1600 Southeast Road in Farmington that appear to be connected. They happened on Feb. 14, Feb. 16, Feb. 22 and Feb. 24.

    Different people have stolen from the store in each case, but the vehicle used in all four crimes appears to be the same, police said.

    It is a light colored, possibly tan, Buick SUV. 
    In each theft, the perpetrators stole from racks near the front of the store and then ran out and got into the SUV. 

    During the theft on Feb. 24, the loss prevention staff member who tried to stop one of the thieves was hit in the face.

    Farmington police released surveillance photos and ask anyone who can identify the men or has information about the crimes to call Sergeant Bailey at the Farmington Police Department Detective Division 860-675-2411. 

    You can also report information to the FPD tip line at 860-675-2483.

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