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Helena PD looking for Walmart beer theft suspects

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Helena police are asking for help in identifying two females involved in a theft on Friday from the Walmart in Helena.

Police said two females entered the business together--one of them allegedly grabbed a 20-pack of beer and left the business. The other female, according to police, appeared to be on the lookout for the female stealing the beer.

If anyone knows who these females are, police ask that you contact the Helena Police Department and direct your calls to Officer Gary Herbst at (406) 422 - 3233.

You can also contact Helena crime stoppers at (406) 443-2000.

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