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Suspect Wanted for Stealing Dewalt Combo Kits From Home Depot in West Palm Beach; Surveillance Photo Shows Suspect in Gray 4 Door Vehicle

According to the report, the unknown suspect appearing in the surveillance picture helped himself to Dewalt Combo kits from Home Depot then fled in a gray 4 door vehicle.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – According to the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office, a suspect is wanted for stealing merchandise from a local Home Depot store in West Palm Beach.  

According to the report, the unknown suspect appearing in the surveillance picture helped himself to Dewalt Combo kits from Home Depot then fled in a gray 4 door vehicle.

According to the report, the unknown suspect appearing in the surveillance picture helped himself to Dewalt Combo kits from Home Depot.

The incident occurred on October 18, 2019 at approximately 1:00 pm at the Home Depot located in the 200 block of S. State Road 7, in West Palm Beach.  


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According to police, after the suspect helped himself to the Combo kits he then in the gray 4 door vehicle shown in the surveillance picture.

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