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Clinton police seek grocery store thieves

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Two women snatched more than $1,300 worth of items from Stop & Shop in Clinton, police said. (Clinton police photo) Two women snatched more than $1,300 worth of items from Stop & Shop in Clinton, police said. (Clinton police photo)
This man is accused of shoplifting from ShopRite in Clinton. (Clinton Police photo) This man is accused of shoplifting from ShopRite in Clinton. (Clinton Police photo)
CLINTON, CT (WFSB) -

Police in Clinton said they are looking for suspects in separate grocery store thefts.

One happened at a Stop & Shop on East Main Street on Oct. 13.

Police said two women went into the store, shoved Gillette brand razors and Claritin, Abreva and Zyrtec medications into a large black bag and left without paying.

The store performed an inventory and told police the items they took totaled $1,300.15.

One woman was described as wearing tan pants and a blue printed medical scrub-type shirt.

The second wore a black hat, a dark hooded sweatshirt, black tights and was holding the black bag.

The suspects are expected to face fourth-degree larceny charges.

The other shoplifting case happened at ShopRite on East Main Street and involved a man.

Police said that on Oct. 13, a man between the ages of 35 and 42 stole merchandise from the store.

Officers did not say what he took.

They described him as weighing about 160 pounds, have dark, slicked back hair and a goatee. He stood between 5'6" to 5'9" tall.

He drove a Ford F-150 two door pickup truck with aluminum wheels.

Anyone who can identify the suspects is asked to call Clinton police at 860-669-0451.

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