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Police seek man who stole $2,000 worth of clothing


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Police are looking for this man in connection with a robbery Oct. 22 of a Ross store in North Las Vegas.

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Police are looking for this man in connection with a robbery Oct. 22 of a Ross store in North Las Vegas.


North Las Vegas Police are asking the public's help to identify and find a man who allegedly stole $2,000 worth of clothing last month.

About 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 a man entered a Ross store located at 1955 W. Craig Road and stole clothing worth more than $2,000, police said.

He is described as light-skinned, 5-foot-8-inches tall, weighing 190 pounds with a shaved head. He wore a white v-neck T-shirt and khaki pants and store video cameras photographed him, police said.

Police are trying to find him before more violent crimes occur, said Officer Chrissie Coon of the North Las Vegas Police Department.

Anyone with information about this individual or this crime is urged to call the North Las Vegas Police Department at (702) 633-9111, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555. Cash rewards up to $2,000 are offered to anonymous persons who telephone the Crime Stoppers hotline with information that leads to the arrest and indictment of felony offenders.

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