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Thieves rip off Target in Opelika

OPELIKA, AL (WTVM) -

Opelika police are on the hunt for two men involved in stealing thousands of dollars worth of video games from the Target in Tiger Town.

There have not been a lot of details released at this time, but what we do know is that OPD is on the search for two men that went on quite the shopping spree at Target two days last week.

Surveillance video captured the men entering the store last Thursday around 1 p.m.

They used a key to unlock the electronics cabinet and left the store with $1,300 worth of video games. 

It was also reported that the same suspects came back to the Target around 7:30 p.m. the next day and stole another $650 worth of video games.

Target officials declined to comment on the case, but authorities do hope to release surveillance photos soon of the suspects for the public to help identify.

Of course we will keep you updated on the latest. 

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