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Thieves strike Christian thrift shop

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Spokane police are looking for help identifying two men who stole from a Christian school's thrift shop.

Surveillance video shows the men remove the rug, which is worth more than $750, from a wall of the Northwest Christian Thrift Shop, 6607 N. Maple St., last Saturday about 1:15 p.m.

The thieves then leave in an older model, four-door Chrysler sedan that was silver or dark gray.

Proceeds from the thrift shop fund the religious school and community activities. All items are donated.

Video shows one man wearing a leather jacket, light-colored pants and a yellow bucket hat and another man in a black and white striped stocking hat, dark pants and a light blue plaid jacket.

Police say the men each face a felony theft charge. Anyone with information on their identities is asked to call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233.


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