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UPDATE: Suspects Named in Wal-Mart Rifle Theft

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Surveillance video of couple leaving Wal-mart Surveillance video of couple leaving Wal-mart

TYLER (KYTX) -- Tyler Police Tuesday night named suspects in a Monday rifle theft at a Tyler Wal-Mart store.  Police have warrants out for a woman named Jamie Lee Miller and a man named Jeremy Lee Wilson for Theft of a Firearm.  Police say the suspects are seen in surveillance video taken early Monday morning at the Wal-Mart on Highway 64.

Surveillance video shows a white man breaking into the gun case in the sporting goods section and removing four assault rifles.  He was accompanied by a white woman police say acted as a look-out.  The man placed the rifles in a shopping cart along with a gun bag and hunting jacket.  They took the stolen merchandise from the store without paying for the items. The man and woman got into a silver Dodge or Chrysler mini-van with only one hubcap on the left rear wheel. 

Monday, tips led police to the guns.  If anyone knows the location of either of these two suspects please contact the Tyler Police Department at 903-531-1000 or Crimestoppers at 903-597-CUFF (903-597-2833). 

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