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Fulshear PD Looking for Cross Creek HEB Theft Suspects

(FULSHEAR) – Fulshear police are looking for a man and a woman suspected of stealing more than $1,500 worth of batteries from the Cross Creek HEB.


On March 18 at approximately 7:57 p.m., a gray minivan (possibly a Toyota Sienna) entered the Cross Creek Ranch HEB parking lot from FM 1463 near the HEB gas pumps. The vehicle parks east of the produce entry doors near the middle of the parking lot. A male exits the driver’s door and is met by a female coming from the passenger side. The pair split up with the male subject entering through the produce doors and the female entering through the opposite doors.


While in the store, the two link up with a child’s shopping cart with racecar seating near a battery display. They open two reusable shopping bags and begin to fill the bags with batteries.


Around 8:13 p.m. the male suspect separates from the female and exits the store out the produce entry/exit. He walks to his van and begins to circle the parking lot. The female pushes the cart, now full of merchandise, to the produce entry/exit doors and abandons the cart. She exits the store and is picked up by the male in the van near the rear of the parking lot at approximately 8:16 p.m.


The male then parks the van back near his original parking spot and returns to the store through the produce entry/exit. The male subject collects the abandoned shopping cart and exits the store at 8:22 p.m. through the produce entry, passing all points of sale without attempting to purchase the items, and returns to the van.


The couple then leave the parking lot to the east passing the HEB gas pumps before entering FM 1463.


Anyone who recognized the suspects in the photos, or has any additional information regarding these crimes, is asked to contact Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS; or you can download the Mobil App by downloading P3tips App; or you can submit online at www.fortbend.crimestoppersweb.com


All calls and tips are anonymous.



Images courtesy of Fulshear police.

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