Chesterfield Police tracking accused Wal-Mart laptop bandits

CHESTERFIELD, VA (WWBT) - Chesterfield Police need your help tracking down two men accused of walking into the Hancock Village Wal-Mart, prying open the computer display case and making off with pricey laptops.

"There is no doubt in my mind that someone is going to know exactly who these guys are," said Corporal Kevin Bacon with Chesterfield Police. "Look at this. His hairline is so distinct. He has the cigarette hanging out of his mouth."

Police say the suspects stuffed them down their sweatshirt.

"Surveillance photos just keep getting better and better," said Corporal Bacon. "So we do the best we can in crime solvers to get those pictures out there. We encourage people to not just look at this case as the only one we have unsolved."

Bacon encourages you to visit and click on the "not seen on TV" tab.

"It is only a matter of the right person seeing the right picture before we actually solve that case," said Bacon.

If you have any information, contact Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660.

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