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DO YOU KNOW WHO THESE PEOPLE ARE? Shoplifters Caught On Camera At Spokane Business

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Detectives are investigating these three shoplifters who stole merchandise from the Let It Ride Board Shop in Spokane Detectives are investigating these three shoplifters who stole merchandise from the Let It Ride Board Shop in Spokane
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Paul Jones, the owner of Let It Ride Board Shop in Spokane had three people enter his shop on Monday afternoon, and they apparently didn't have any intention of buying anything, however they all wanted merchandise, at a "five-finger discount." 

Luckily for Paul, his store is equipped with some very good security cameras that got clear pictures of all three suspects. You can view those photos in our slideshow above. Paul has a broken knee at moment and when he confronted the woman in the pictures as she was trying to leave with merchandise in her bag, she kicked him in the knee and ran off. All three got away in a burgundy Chevy Blazer/Jimmy. The license plates were removed. 

Detectives with the Spokane County Sheriff's Department are handling the case, and Paul says they already have a positive ID on the thief in the gray sweatshirt. 

If you have any information about these people, please contact Crime Check at 456-2233, and reference case # 14-050841
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