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Cash reward for tips in Petal pharmacy break in

PETAL, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Metro Crime Stoppers.

Metro Crime Stoppers, in coordination with the Petal Police Department are offering cash for tips in a recent drug store break-in.

Petal Police Department Detectives are currently looking for information on suspects on the commercial burglary of Rodgers Pharmacy located in Petal,Ms. The crime occurred around 4:20 PM on Sunday 12-13-2015.

"Want anyone with info to call us.  Helping police put these criminals in jail will put cash in your pocket."  says Diane James, Coordinator for Metro Crime Stoppers. (Tip Hotline number is 601-582-7867(STOP)

"Let's all pitch in and help get these thieves off the streets, before they ruin anyone else's holiday," says James.

Petal Police say the suspects are described as two black male subjects and one black female.  Both male suspects are described as being between 5’9 and 6’0 feet tall wearing dark colored clothing.  One male subject is described as wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with dark colored jeans and tennis shoes.  The other male subject is described as wearing a dark colored shirt and jeans and wearing tennis shoes.  After the burglary occurred suspects then fled on foot behind pharmacy, where a black female was waiting for them in a dark colored SUV.  

 Detectives are interested in speaking with anyone who may have information related to this crime.  Information can be relayed to authorities by calling the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 601-582-STOP or the Petal Police Department at 601-544-5331

Anyone with information about these suspects is asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582-STOP(7867).  All tips are confidential and no calls are traced or recorded.  All callers are given an identification number to claim cash reward money.  Reward money amounts are subject to the discretion of the Metro Crime Stoppers Board of Directors.

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