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Crimeline: Concord police looking for stamp thief

The Concord police have asked for help in finding a man who they suspect stole a credit card and postage from Great West Financial Services two months ago.

An employee at the Capitol Plaza business reported June 2 that she had arrived for work and found a window smashed. Several items were taken, the police said in a statement, including a company credit card and dozens of stamps.

The police later learned that the card was used June 1 at the Hess gas station on North Main Street. Video footage from the store shows what appears to be a middle-aged white man wearing a gray shirt, white hoodie and black baseball cap. The police said the man used the card to purchase orange juice, a 12-pack of beer and more than three packs of cigarettes.

Anyone with information about the theft or suspect can contact the Concord Regional Crimeline at 226-3100, concordregional, or text TIP234 and a message to 274637 (“CRIMES”). All tips remain anonymous.

Jeremy Blackman

Legacy Comments1

Here we go again. They wait two months before asking for help. Did anybody remember a guy with gray hair getting gas and beer on June 1?

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