San Luis Obispo police searching for alleged two thieves

January 13, 2020


San Luis Obispo police are searching for two thieves who allegedly stole from several businesses in the city over the weekend.

At about 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, a theft occurred at a department store, Police Chief Deanna Cantrell stated in a tweet. Cantrell’s tweet included an image from surveillance footage showing the alleged thief holding and examining a jacket.

The second theft occurred at a grocery store on Broad Street at about 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. The alleged thief was driving a black Dodge Charger, Cantrell stated in a separate tweet.

Surveillance footage of the alleged grocery store thief shows the man pushing a shopping cart through an aisle or aisles.

Anyone who has information about the thefts is asked to contact the SLO Police Department.

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Come on we all know if the thefts were less than $950 the criminals will just be cited and released.

Is there a dollar value for this crime? A manifest of stolen items to be on the lookout for?

A search is underway after all. $$.

Then again a; sleeping bag, bag o salad, and tiki punch theft, or something along those lines, should not go unpunished or have expense spared in pursuit of retail justice.