Authorities looking for sunglasses thief - Tucson News Now

Authorities looking for sunglasses thief

Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office
Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office
Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office
Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office
PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA -

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking for a man suspected of stealing expensive sunglasses on February 7.

According to a release, witnesses saw the man leaving the Advanced Vision store in the 7500 block of North La Cholla Boulevard with several pairs of expensive sunglasses. Surveillance video confirmed that he did not pay for them.

The man was seen getting into an tan vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to call Pima County Sheriff or 88-CRIME.

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