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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Suspected shoplifter at Spokane board shop

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Paul Jones, owner of Let It Ride Board Shop in north Spokane says this man stole numerous items from his store. If you know who he is, call Crime Check at 456-2233. Paul Jones, owner of Let It Ride Board Shop in north Spokane says this man stole numerous items from his store. If you know who he is, call Crime Check at 456-2233.
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SPOKANE, Wash. - Earlier this year, Let It Ride Board Shop owner Paul Jones was the victim of a robbery when at least two people were caught on camera walking into the shop, stealing merchandise and walking out. One of the suspects even kicked Jones as he confronted them while trying to flee the store. Thanks to your tips, the Spokane County Sheriff's Office was able to arrest two people in the case, but those tips might not have come in, if Jones didn't have such a great security system that clearly showed the suspects' faces. 

On Sunday, that security system came in handy again, as Jones contacted KHQ saying his cameras caught another suspected shoplifter red-handed. Jones said the man in the attached photos stole a pair of Oakleys, a DC shirt and a hat. Jones is now hoping someone out there recognizes the man. If you know who he is, Jones asks that you call Crime Check at 456-2233 and reference Case #14-36270.

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