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Pair sought in baby formula theft in Plaistow
PLAISTOW -- Police are seeking the public's help to identify a man and woman wanted for questioning in a baby formula theft investigation.
Police said the thefts occurred from the Shaw's supermarket in August and September.
The man has a tattoo along his inner left arm. The woman is white and thin with long blond hair and appears to be in her 20s, police said.
The woman drives a gray 1996 Infiniti I30 sedan registered out of Methuen, Mass., police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Plaistow police at 382-1200 or e-mail Master Patrol Officer Dorothy McGurren at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those with information can remain anonymous.
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