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RCMP looking for help in identifying suspected liquor thief

Castlegar RCMP are looking for help in identified this male who allegedley stole a liquor bottle. - RCMP
Castlegar RCMP are looking for help in identified this male who allegedley stole a liquor bottle.
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The Castlegar RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a male that is suspected of shoplifting from the Uptown Liquor store in Castlegar on September 12, 2012. Video footage from the store captured the male concealing a bottle of Absolute vodka down the front of his pants and leaving the store without payment.  Once outside the male fled the scene on a bicycle. The Castlegar RCMP are asking that anyone with information about the identity of the male to call the Castlegar RCMP or Crime stoppers.

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