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Couple wanted in Surf City car break-in

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SURF CITY, N.C. - Police need your help to identify the suspects breaking into an vehicle.

It happened August 26.

Surf City police say a man and woman used a Lowe’s Contractors Yard credit card stolen in the break-in to purchase over $8,000 in merchandise. The card was used at 3 Wilmington Lowe’s stores.

One of the suspects is a slender white female with blonde hair, in the 20 to 30 year old range. The other suspect is a white male with dark hair cut very short. His right arm is heavily tattooed and he appears to be athletic, also in his 20s to 30s. It’s believed the pair are operating a white or light colored SUV.

If you have any information about the incident or know the suspects, contact police at 910-328-7711.
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