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Amarillo Crime Stoppers asking for help locating suspect in convenience store burglary

Amarillo, TX - Amarillo Crime Stoppers are asking for your help locating the suspect in a convenience store burglary.

Last Friday, the Toot N' Totum on the corner of Tascosa Road and Plum Creek was broken into.

A white male was seen on surveillance video pulling up to the store in an older model white truck.

The man cut chains that were on the door to enter and then stole merchandise.

If you have any information on this call Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.

If your tips leads to an arrest, you could get a reward up to 1,000 dollars.

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