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Police hunt for man suspected of stealing customer's wallet at Old Navy

Updated 3:05 pm, Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Police are looking for a man they said swiped a wallet off the counter at Old Navy Sunday night.

A woman called police Monday to report that she believed her wallet had been stolen while she was at the Black Rock Turnpike clothing retailer. A review of the store's surveillance video showed a man, shopping with his wife and two young children, pocket the wallet, according to police.

The cashier said the suspect had just used cash to pay for his purchase, when she saw a wallet on the counter, police said. She asked the man if the wallet was his and he said it was, and quickly put it in his pocket, according to the report.

The Dooney & Bourke wallet contained credit cards, a driver's license and a gun permit. The suspect is described as white, wearing a print camouflage shirt, dark pants and glasses, police said.