Pictured above are two people suspected of shoplifting from a Walgreens in Ewing. Police described the first suspect as a black male, approximately 6’2” and 200 pounds, possibly 30 years of age with facial hair and a small pony tail. Police described the second suspect as a black female, approximately 5’6” and 160 pounds, possibly 40 years of age with short hair.

Ewing police are asking for the public’s assistance to help identity two suspects who allegedly shoplifted from a Walgreens on Olden Avenue.

Two individuals, a male and a female, arrived at the Walgreens on Olden Avenue during the early evening hours on July 31, according to a police statement. They were driving a late model dark purple colored Kia Optima with a temporary Pennsylvania license plate.

Police said the two suspects entered the business and began to conceal numerous personal hygiene products as well as boxes of baby diapers and Tide liquid laundry detergent. The items were placed in a store-owned plastic hand basket and a large blue bag the female suspect has with her. After approximately three to four minutes in the store, both abruptly exited the store avoiding all points of sale and re-entered the Kia optima before fleeing westbound on Olden Avenue.

Anyone able to assist with identifying or have had similar instances within their jurisdiction are asked to contact Det. David Morris (609) 882-1313, ext. 5561 or dmorris@ewingnj.org.