LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Lee County detectives hope someone from the public can help identify the suspects who brazenly emptied three cash registers in the middle of the day at a Lee County Walmart.
On December 4, deputies were called to the Walmart on Colonial Blvd. in reference to a theft. According to the Loss Prevention Officer, a white female holding a clipboard posed as a Walmart employee while two other subjects removed money from three unmanned cash registers. One of the subjects had a key that opened the registers.
The woman holding the clipboard is approximately 5'-5'' to 5'-7" tall and was wearing a dark blue shirt and tan pants. The second suspect is a black male in his late 30's. He's approximately 6' to 6'-3" tall and was wearing a white striped shirt and jeans. The third suspect is a black female, approximately 5'-8" to 5'-10 inches tall and was wearing a blue shirt and jeans. The suspects were seen leaving in a silver Ford Escape SUV.
Lee County detectives believe the same suspects are involved in similar incidents in North Port and Port St. Lucie...
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