Police ask help identifying Wal-Mart theft suspects

Anna, Illinois, police are looking for two people they suspect stole from the Wal-Mart there last month. 

The Anna Police Department say the man and woman, who can be seen in surveillance video images, took several items from the store without paying on May 12, and the store is reporting a loss of $1,020. 

Police say most of the items were small electronic devices, and the two left in a light brown or tan mid-sized van. Police were unable to get a license plate number from the surveillance video.

If you recognize the man or the woman, you can call the Anna Police Department. The department says to call 618-833-8571, ext. 1503, and ask for Detective Bryan Watkins. 

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