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Manteo Police Department seeks public’s help identifying male subject

The Manteo Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a subject.

According to Manteo Police Department, on Thursday, June 4 an unknown male allegedly “walked out with a large amount of concealed merchandise/food” at Food-A-Rama.

Those with information are asked to contact the police department via Facebook messenger or by calling Officer Deaton at 252-305-3487 or Investigator Steele at 252-216-6279.

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Courtesy Manteo Police Department

 

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Courtesy Manteo Police Department

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