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Police trying to identify Dillard's shoplifter

Albany Police need your help finding a person suspected of shoplifting from the Dillard's at the Albany Mall. (Source: APD) Albany Police need your help finding a person suspected of shoplifting from the Dillard's at the Albany Mall. (Source: APD)
Police said he walked out with three Michael Kors purses. (Source: APD) Police said he walked out with three Michael Kors purses. (Source: APD)
He and a woman got into a gray Chevy SUV. (Source: APD) He and a woman got into a gray Chevy SUV. (Source: APD)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police are hoping to get some help identifying a shoplifter.

Surveillance cameras caught a man in Dillard's at the Albany Mall Sunday afternoon.

Police said he walked out with three Michael Kors purses that were worth more than $1,100. 

He and a woman got into a gray Chevy SUV with three custom rims and a different rim on the passenger side. 

Anybody who may recognize the man is asked to call the Albany Police or CrimeSTOPPERS at (229) 436-TIPS. 

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