Men Swipe $400 Worth of Baby Formula: Police

By Dan Stamm
|  Friday, Aug 9, 2013  |  Updated 3:10 PM EDT
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Men Swipe $400 Worth of Baby Formula: Police

Lower Gynedd Township Police

Investigators say these men stole cans of baby formula from a Lansdale, Pa. grocery store on Aug. 5, 2013.

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Police released surveillance images today of two men who they say stole hundreds of dollars’ worth of baby formula from an area grocery store.Investigators+say+these+men+stole+cans+of+baby+formula+from+a+Lansdale%2C+Pa.+grocery+store+on+Aug.+5%2C+2013.

Upper Gwynedd Police say the men took the formula Monday night around 6:30 from the Weis Market along Valley Forge Road in Lansdale, Pa.

In photos released by investigators, the men are seen entering the store with a cart, going to an aisle and then loading numerous cans of formula into a bag in the cart. The men then left the store without paying and hopped in a dark-colored Volkswagon Jetta

Investigators say they didn’t appear to take anything else.

Anyone who recognizes the men or knows anything about the theft is asked to contact Det. Sgt. Ted Caiola at 215-699-5861.

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