Chesterfield Towne Center ‘characters’ force open kiosk, steal phone cases

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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers is using its Facebook page to help catch people accused of committing crimes. But they’re not using “police speak” to do it. In a post made Wednesday afternoon, Crime Solvers posted photos of two people wanted for stealing phone cases from a Chesterfield Towne Center kiosk.

Well, lookie here…

These two decided it wasn’t in their best interest to pay for their new phone cases. I wonder what their excuse will be…

The post went on to describe the crime in more detail.

On February 22, 2015, these two characters decided a fun way to spend the evening would be forcing open the display cases of the Sprint kiosk in the Chesterfield Towne Centre [sic] and stealing an undisclosed amount of cell phone cases. Can you identify them? If so, don’t tell us on Facebook… Call, Click or Text us!

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