OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Police Department is looking for four individuals who recently stole approximately $2,000 worth of merchandise from the CVS store on 120th Street.
This is the second time the store has been a victim of shoplifting in less than a year and according to a press release from the OCPD, it is the same subjects who shoplifted the first time back in July when they stole $3,000 worth of items and were never caught.
According to the press release, the same four subjects entered the CVS last Saturday afternoon. Two of them first entered and filled a garbage bag they had brought with Prilosec OTC and Oil of Olay cosmetics. The second pair then picked up the bag and left the store. The total value of the items is estimated to be approximately $2,000.
Although no description of the suspects’ vehicle is available, the first pair of individuals was a black male and female. The male is heavyset, looks to be in his late 20’s and was wearing a red sweatshirt and large, cross necklace. The female is possibly in her 30’s and was wearing a tan outfit.
As for the other two suspects, they are described as black males, middle-aged with one wearing jeans and a blue and red jacket and the other a black jacket and dark pants. Anyone with information is asked to contact Corporal Ray Land of the OCPD at 410-520-5329.
See The Dispatch on Friday for more information.