Mesa PD seeks 2 men in theft from Macy's store - Tucson News Now

Mesa PD seeks 2 men in theft from Macy's store

Mesa police are looking for this man they say stole numerous items from a Macy's store. (Source: Mesa Police Department) Mesa police are looking for this man they say stole numerous items from a Macy's store. (Source: Mesa Police Department)
MESA, AZ (CBS5) -

Mesa police are looking for two men suspected of stealing items from a Macy's store in Mesa.

Police said that a man entered the store 1465 W. Southern Ave., just after noon on May 7, selected a number of items and walked past all registers without paying.

The man then got into a waiting gold Toyota Camry with Arizona license plate ASP0694 driven by another man and left in an unknown direction.

The suspect in the store is described as Hispanic, in his early 20s, 5'5" to 5'7" tall, medium build, short to shaved black hair and a goatee. He was wearing a red T-shirt, dark blue or black cargo shorts, white tennis shoes and a gold chain with an unidentifiable pendant.

The driver is described as black and wearing a white T-shirt.

Anyone with information about the crime, the suspects or car is asked to submit tips through CrimeReports.com or text a tip to 274-637, beginning the message with MESAPD. Police asked tipsters to refer to report No. 20131270380.

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