This week, Middletown Police announced new information and asked for the public's help in the shoplifting cases which happened at Lowe's in Middletown.
This week, Middletown Police announced new information and asked for the public's help in shoplifting cases at Lowe's in Middletown.
The first incident happened June 27, when officers responded a shoplifting report at the Lowe's home improvement store at 500 W. Main St.
Officers learned a white man, between 45 and 55 years of age, took a chainsaw and nail gun from the store without paying. The suspect had a prosthetic left leg and used the store's electric scooter to get around.
The next day, June 28, police received another shoplifting report from the same Lowe's store. Officers learned the same suspect removed a second chainsaw on June 28. Police said after stealing the chainsaw, the suspect fled in a black Dodge Durango.
Police are asking anyone with information in this case to call Detective Tim Hoffecker at the Middletown Police Department (302-376-9962) or Delaware Crime Stoppers (1-800-847-3333).