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HOBART — Police are asking for help identifying three suspects who allegedly stole items worth several hundred dollars from a Target Friday and Sunday.

Capt. James Gonzalez said police believe the two thefts at the business in the 2600 block of East U.S. 30 are unrelated, with one suspect involved in the Friday theft and two suspects involved in Sunday's theft.

Gonzalez said Hobart police were notified of the Friday theft about 10:30 a.m. Surveillance images showed a white man stealing an item valued at more than $100 and then walking out of the store.

Police seek help identifying suspects in separate Target thefts

Hobart police are asking for help identifying a male suspect who allegedly stole an item worth several hundred dollars from a Target June 21.

Anyone with information on either theft is asked to call Cmdr. Nicholas Wardrip at 219-942-4485 or by email at nwardrip@cityofhobart.com.

Sunday's theft occurred about 8 p.m., with surveillance images showing a man and a woman — both white — pocketing an item valued at more than $100 before leaving the store without paying and driving away in a van.

Police seek help identifying suspects in separate Target thefts

Hobart police are asking for help identifying a man and a woman who allegedly stole an item worth several hundred dollars from a Target June 23 and then drove off in a van.

Anyone with information on either theft is asked to call Cmdr. Nicholas Wardrip at 219-942-4485 or by email at nwardrip@cityofhobart.com.

"It doesn't appear at this time that any of these suspects are associated with one another," Gonzales said.

Anyone with information on either theft is asked to call Cmdr. Nicholas Wardrip at 219-942-4485 or by email at nwardrip@cityofhobart.com.

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Olivia is the morning cops/breaking news reporter at The Times. She spends her time monitoring traffic and weather reports, scanning crime logs and reading court documents. The Idaho native and University of Idaho grad has been with The Times since 2019.