Suspect Accused of Stealing Scanners from Harps

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Police are looking for a man accused of stealing more than $9,000 worth of hardware from local Harps grocery stores.

On April 17, Surveillance video shows a white man, who appears to be between the ages of 30-40, walk into the warehouse on Grand Avenue and then into an office.

He left with two hand-held scanning computers, according to police.

The next afternoon, the same suspect is captured on surveillance tape at the Harps in Alma and is believed to have stolen the same device from that location.

Fort Smith police say a similar theft was reported at Fayetteville Harps store.

In all, six hand-held units, valued at more $1,600 each, have been taken.

The suspect was last seen driving a late model, dark blue or black, Chevrolet Impala with unknown license plates.

Anyone with information about these thefts are asked to call (479) 78-CRIME.

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