South Windsor police search for suspect in Apple laptop thefts

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SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH)– Police are searching for the man who allegedly stole two laptop computers from the Apple Store in South Windsor on Monday.

South Windsor released a surveillance photo of the suspect on their Facebook page, who they say stole two laptop computers from the Apple store at 401 Evergreen Way. The laptops were valued at $50,000 total.

In the photo, the suspect is seen wearing a brown coat, jeans, a black shirt with an American flag and a blue hat.

Police ask anyone with information on the man’s identity to contact them at 860-644-2551.

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