Papillion police are searching for two shoplifters who made off with dozens of video games from the Papillion Wal-Mart at 72nd and Giles. One of the suspects used a key to access locked glass cases.
The theft occurred about 5 o'clock one morning, a couple of weeks ago.
Security camera video shows one suspect using a key to open glass cases and pile games in a shopping cart. The other suspect acted as a lookout.
Papillion detective Kathy Mattern said the suspects removed a bike baby seat from a box and then put the games inside. That way the shoplifters only paid about $50 for what the clerk thought was a car seat. Instead the box contained $4,800 in video games.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Sarpy county Crime Stoppers at 592-STOP. The shoplifters might be involved in other thefts at a store in Lincoln and Minnesota.
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