Suspects Accused of Stealing Knives from Wholesaler

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The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two suspects accused of stealing bags full of knives from an Alma business.

The thefts occurred on Dec. 10 at Arrow Wholesale on Highway 71.

Surveillance video shows a white man and woman go into the business and fill several backpacks and duffle bags with pocket and fixed blade knives, as well as other items, according to the sheriff’s office. The suspects were wearing coats, hoodies and gloves.

It did not appear they forced their way into the building, according to a report from the investigator. Employees told deputies the front door was open when they returned to work after the weekend.

If you have any information on this crime call the River Valley Crime Stoppers tip line at (479) 78-CRIME or the sheriff’s office at (479) 474-2261.

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