Bucyrus Police Seek Help In Larceny Investigation

Bucyrus Police Seek Help In Larceny Investigation

  • 4/13/2018 2:19:36 PM
  • Emily Ramey
  • Local News

BUCYRUS, OH- The Bucyrus Police Department is seeking help in identifying two individuals as part of a larceny investigation.

The two people pictured are suspected of stealing a television from the Bucyrus Walmart at 1875 East Mansfield Street on Wednesday, April 11.

If you have information please contact Officer Pennington at the Bucyrus Police Department, 419-562-1006 or the tip-line at 419-834-2023.

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