UPDATE: Theft Suspects Confess to Taking Laptop at Midland Family Dollar

UPDATE: Theft Suspects Confess to Taking Laptop at Midland Family Dollar

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

UPDATE:
Midland Crimestoppers tell NewsWest 9 that the two suspects involved in the theft at the Midland Family Dollar have confessed to the crime. 


ORIGINAL STORY:

MIDLAND - Midland Crimestoppers need your help identifying two theft suspects.

Back on January 23, a Coca-Cola employee arrived at the Family Dollar on Illinois Avenue in Midland to make a delivery.

After the employee entered the store, he laid his company laptop computer down while he was attending to his business.

A short time later, a white male and female entered the store and took the computer.

They both walked around the store and the male attempted to hide the computer in his coat.

We're told he even tried to log on to the computer.

The male and female eventually checked out at the store and left with the computer.

We're told the laptop is a black and silver Panasonic Toughbook with a property of Coca-Cola label on.

The suspects are described as a white female wearing a bright green jacket, black pants and has blonde hair. The male was wearing a brown jacket and blue jeans. We're told he had short black hair with blonde highlights.

A $1,000 reward is being offered for information on the two suspects.

If you have any information on these two people, you're asked to contact Midland Crimestoppers at (432) 694-TIPS. No caller ID is ever used and you will remain anonymous.