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MOST WANTED: Couple steals $1,500 in Fossil watches from Kingsport Belk

While some sweethearts were out on a date, Kingsport Police said this man and woman made a date to rip off Belk Department Store in the Kingsport Town Center. While some sweethearts were out on a date, Kingsport Police said this man and woman made a date to rip off Belk Department Store in the Kingsport Town Center.
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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) - A man and woman are marking time in style, but they're not passing the hours in an honest way.

Police say they ripped off a Kingsport department store and got away with an arm load of wrist candy.

But time may be running out for the shoplifting duo because Kingsport Police have surveillance video and pictures that could lead to an arrest.

The crime happened February 13th at Belk Department Store in the Kingsport Town Center.

While surveillance cameras were rolling, they snatched eleven Fossil branch wrist watches.  Had they paid for them, the bill would have totaled nearly $1,500.

Here's a link to the surveillance video.

If you recognize who they are, or if you think you have a tip that could help police crack the case, call Kingsport Police at 423-246-9111.

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