TPD attempting to identify breaking and entering subject

TPD attempting to identify breaking and entering subject
(Source: TPD - Facebook)
(Source: TPD - Facebook)
(Source: TPD - Facebook)
(Source: TPD - Facebook)
(Source: TPD - Facebook)

TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - Toledo police are hoping to identify a man accused of breaking into a Stop and Shop last week.

According to Toledo police, a white man entered into the Stop and Shop at 1702 Laskey on September 14.

A witness told police the male threw a rock through the window. He left with a garbage bag with cigarettes inside.

The man could also be seen in surveillance video breaking the cash registers open by throwing them on the floor.

An accomplice was heard on an audio tape saying, "Hurry up, Mark."

Surveillance video showed that the man arrived to the store in silver early 2000's Chevy Impala.

Video also showed the man was wearing a black leather jacket, grey hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and blue tennis shoes.

If you have any information on who the perpetrator is, call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

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