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Shoplifters Take $30,000+ of Eyewear from Minnesota Store

Security cameras caught footage of the suspects.

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Thieves took at least $30,000 in eyewear from a business in Rochester, MN.

The crime took place at about 11 a.m. Tuesday at Eye-Q Intelligent Eyewear, the Post Bulletin reports. The store is located at 2nd Avenue SW in downtown Rochester.

Store workers told police that two men were involved in the shoplifting incident.

Four to six items were reported stolen with a total value of between $30,000 and $50,000. One of the items was worth $11,000.

Security cameras caught footage of the suspects, according to police.

Read more at the Post Bulletin

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