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BRAINTREE, Mass. (AP) — This suspect appears to be clean-shaven, but that didn't stop him from allegedly stealing $1,000 worth of razors from a Massachusetts store.
The Braintree Police Department says they're seeking the public's help in tracking down a man accused of stealing more than $1,000 in razors from a Stop & Shop in the town on Friday night.
The police department's Facebook page had posted a message Monday night asking for anyone with information on the suspect to contact police, or for the suspect to turn himself in.
The post says the police will give the smooth criminal a "big internet high five" for doing the right thing.
The theft had not been reported until Monday. Video surveillance shows the suspect wearing a gray sweatshirt and pants.
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