West Melbourne Police Seek Two Sets of Male-Female Theft Suspects Teams
By Space Coast Daily // November 11, 2015
incidents occurred at target, walmart
BREVARD COUNTY • WEST MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The West Melbourne police is seeking two sets of male-female theft suspects teams in connection with incidents at Target and Walmart.
According to police, the first incident occurred on Oct. 23 at 1:30 a.m. when a white male and white female entered Walmart, located at 845 Palm Bay Road, and stole multiple pieces of jewelry valued at more than $500.
They suspects concealed the items and left the store without rendering payment, according to police.
In the second incident, also on Oct. 23, but occurring at 4:22 p.m., an unknown white male and female separately entered Target, located at 4305 Norfolk Parkway. (Pictured below)
According to police, the suspects cut the wire cables and removed the spider wrap from two two Go-Pro cameras valued at $399.99 each, and a Uniden Security System, valued at $249.
Both of the suspects then exited the store by passing all points of sale without making payment. They drove away in a dark-colored 4-door sedan that is pictured below.
Police ask the public to please note the tattoos on both individuals, which may help to identify the suspects.
If you know these suspects, or have any information about these incidents, please contact West Melbourne Police Detective Evelyn Moyer at 321-723-9676.