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Hoover police searching for 4 women wanted for stealing 7 Samsung Galaxy tablets worth $3,000

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Four women wanted in connection to the theft of seven Samsung Galaxy tablets valued at around $3,000. Four women wanted in connection to the theft of seven Samsung Galaxy tablets valued at around $3,000.

Hoover police are searching for four women wanted in connection to a theft of several electronic tablets from an area Best Buy.

According to Capt. Jim Cooker, the four suspects worked as a team to steal seven Samsun Galaxy tablets valued at around $3,000 on July 17 from the Best Buy at Riverchase Village.

Investigators have released surveillance photos of the suspects entering the store.

If you have any information regarding the women's identities, please contact Detective Austin Tubb at 205-444-7062 or email him at TubbA@ci.hoover.al.us

If you wish to remain anonymous, you can submit a tip to Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777. If your tip leads to an arrest, you may receive a cash reward up to $5,0000.

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