Subject: Crime of the Week-Grocery Store TheftDate: 12-27-2013 09:25:26
From: Lt. Kris SellCase or Incident: #131118-002
Summary:On November 18th, 2013, two men between the ages of 24 and 34 talked a nightshift employee into letting them into the Foodland Grocery Store. The two men were wearing red polo shirts with IGA logos. The men approached the store between 1:30 and 2:00 a.m.. The employee who let the men in went back to his duties and about 15 minutes later the men in the red polo shirts had left.

The legitimate employee then found several cash drawers with broken locks. The drawers were stocked with change for business and there were deposit envelopes also secured in the drawers. The total loss is estimated at several thousand dollars.

A distant security camera did show two men wearing red polo shirts in the area at about 2:03 a.m.. One man was wearing khaki cargo pants. The other man was wearing black pants and a black jacket over his polo shirt.

Crimeline is committed to having a holiday season with no tragedies associated with people driving while intoxicated. The reward for reporting a DWI driver who is then arrested is doubled from December 13th, 2013 to January 13th, 2014. The reward will be $200 rather than the standard $100. If you believe you are eligible for such a reward call the Juneau Police Department and leave a message for the Investigations Unit Supervisor.

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