South Windsor police seek suspects in Pokémon card theft

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SOUTH WINDSOR — Local authorities are seeking assistance in identifying suspects involved in the theft of Pokémon cards from a Target store on Monday, April 8, at around 12:15 p.m.

The South Windsor Police Department released images of the individuals suspected of the theft and have called upon the community to help identify the perpetrators.

The incident was caught on the store’s surveillance cameras, showing the suspects as they allegedly took an undisclosed number of Pokémon card packs.

Corporal Dave Johnson, the officer handling the case, has asked anyone with information related to the incident or the suspects’ identities to come forward.

Those who can provide helpful details are urged to contact Johnson directly at 860-644-2551.

The theft of trading cards, such as Pokémon, has seen a rise in recent years with an increase in their value and popularity.

Retailers like Target have been forced to implement purchase limits and additional security measures to curb such incidents.

The South Windsor Police Department has expressed its commitment to apprehending the individuals responsible for the theft and has assured the public that all leads will be thoroughly investigated.

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