New York State Police are seeking your help in identifying and locating at least 2 individuals suspected of larceny at a New York Lowe's home improvement store. Take a look at the pictures below to see if these men look familiar.

New York State Police Troop E also supplied 2 photos of the box-style truck believed to be used by the individuals the evening of the alleged larceny. The truck appears to have a distinct design painted on the side, perhaps graffiti, that might stand out to you.

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On Saturday February 17, 2024, according to a post on the New York State Police Facebook page, 2 individuals were spotted inside the Lowe's home improvement store at 3030 Sessler Drive in Geneva, NY. At this time it is unclear as to what the men are accused of stealing from the store.

As you will see in the pictures below both suspects were dressed in black hoodie-style sweatshirts and black baseball-style hats. One of the men is wearing a Chicago White Sox hat and what appears to be a Nike top.

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The truck that is suspected to have been used in this larceny case, pictured below, appears to have some type of graffiti, painted on the driver's side as well as the passenger's side of the box. Anyone with information, please contact the New York State Police at 585-398-4100.

As defined by New York State Law, a person steals property and commits larceny when, with intent to. deprive another of property or to appropriate the same to himself or to. a third person, he wrongfully takes, obtains or withholds such property. from an owner thereof.

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