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Caught on camera: Police seek 2 men suspected of stealing cans of baby formula

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BROOKFIELD — Brookfield police need your help to identify two people suspected of stealing cans of baby formula from a Pick ‘n Save store on Capitol Dr. Officials shared two photos of the suspects.

Baby formula theft suspect

A Wisconsin Crime Alert indicates the suspects entered the store and proceeded to the baby formula aisle where they could be seen by surveillance cameras. They allegedly concealed a total of six cans of Gerber Good Start baby formula each.

Officials say the baby formula was concealed inside of their coats after which the suspects exited the store and fled in an unknown direction. It’s unknown if the suspects had a vehicle. The total loss is estimated at $114.00.

Roundy’s Supermarkets also issued a separate news release about presumably the same two suspects. They say around 2:00 p.m. on March 2nd, the subjects selected eight cans of baby formula and concealed those cans in their jackets. This happened at the Pcik ‘n Save store on Sunset Dr. in Waukesha.

Suspects in baby formula thefts

If you recognize either of the suspects in these photos, you’re urged to contact the Brookfield Police Department at 262-787-3702.



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