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Knife Pulled on Loss Prevention Specialist at Herberger's

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A man pulls a knife on a loss prevention officer at Herberger's as another woman attempts to steal several items.

The prevention officer says he noticed a woman shoplifting two coats and some cologne Sunday afternoon.

While attempting to detain her leaving the store two men got in-between them.

The prevention officer says he was able to get around the men and apprehended the woman outside the store.

He says that's when one of the men pulled an opened pocketknife and pointed it toward him.

Robbery Suspects

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5'5" white female with medium build

5'11" 170 pound male--Native American/Hispanic

6'2" 170 poune male--Native American/Hispanic

 

All three suspects where able to get away and there is no video surveillance.

The suspects are described as a 5'5", white female with medium build.

The two men are described as Native American or HIspanic. One is 5'11", 170 and the second 6'2", 170.

The three fled west toward 3rd Street on foot.

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