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Police search for two men who stole tires from Walmart

(Source: Hewitt Police Department) (Source: Hewitt Police Department)
(Source: Hewitt Police Department) (Source: Hewitt Police Department)
(Source: Hewitt Police Department) (Source: Hewitt Police Department)
HEWITT, TX (KXXV) -

Hewitt police are seeking information about two suspects who stole over $100 from the Walmart at 733 Sun Valley Rd.

Police said the theft happened on Oct. 11 around 10:16 p.m. when two men entered the store and began walking around. One man, wearing a blue-gray plaid shirt, blue jeans and brown boots, left the store and entered a 2000’s model gold Dodge Caravan and drove it to the back side of the store.

While the man was doing this, the second suspect, wearing a black t-shirt and jeans, went to the automotive section and put two vehicle tires in a cart. Police said the man pushed the cart to the back of the store, took the two tires and left through a fire door.

The two men met up and loaded the tires into the van before driving away from the area.

Police value the stolen tires at $216.

If you have any information about this theft, call the Hewitt Police Department at 254-666-6272.

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