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Spokane PD: Who Are These Criminals?

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: Spokane Police are looking to the public to help identify two females who are accused of stealing merchandise from the Kohl's department store in the Northtown Mall on the morning of 9/24.

When the suspects were confronted by security, they pushed the security officer down and fled. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.  

Spokane Police are looking for two females who are accused of stealing numerous items from Kohl's department store on 9/24 at around 10 am. 

When approached by the store's loss prevention officers, the two females shoved the loss prevention officer down and drove away from the parking garage area near the Northtown mall Sears store.  

Anyone with information on the identity of the two suspects is asked to call Crime Check 456-2233.

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