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Post Falls Police say the men in these pictures burglarized two Walmarts in Post Falls on the same day and left in the pickup truck pictured Post Falls Police say the men in these pictures burglarized two Walmarts in Post Falls on the same day and left in the pickup truck pictured
POST FALLS, Idaho - The Post Falls Police Department is looking for your help identifying two men who recently burglarized both Walmarts in Post Falls. 

Police say back on January 12, 2014, the suspects stole a backpack and a laptop from the Walmart on E. Mullan. They took the items and then left the store in a waiting vehicle. 

A short time later the suspects went to the Walmart on Pointe Parkway and stole two sets of car speakers, a subwoofer, and two 50" LED Smart TVs. Police say both men entered the store, picked out items to steal, and then one of the suspects left the store and drove a truck around to the emergency exit, while the other suspect was waiting with two shopping carts of stolen goods. 

Police say the getaway vehicle is a gray, early 2000 Chevy/GMC four-door pickup with side tool boxes and a  metal contractor's ladder on top. 

Anyone with any information is asked to call Detective Goodwin at 208-773-3516. You can also submit tips online at www.postfallspolice.com or text-a-crime at crime@pfpd.us
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