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Cops: Man shoved Les Pauls down his pants

Cherry Hill police are looking for a man with a heavy South Philly accent who, on two separate occasions, shoved a Les Paul slim neck guitar down his pants and walked out of a Sam Ash music store, police said.

Cops: Man shoved Les Pauls down his pants

The suspects
The suspects

Cherry Hill police are looking for a man with a heavy South Philly accent who, on two separate occasions, shoved a Les Paul slim neck guitar down his pants and walked out of a Sam Ash music store, police said.  

According to a press release from the Cherry Hill Police Department, the suspect entered the store with his female accomplice on Dec. 19 and again on Jan. 8 and he put the guitars down his pants while his accomplice distracted employees of the store, which is on Route 38 in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Police said both suspects appear to be in their late 40s or early 50s. The man had a "heavy South Philadelphia accent" and they left the store in a black SUV driven by a third individual.

The guitars are valued at $2,800 each, according to police.

Anyone who recognizes the suspects is urged to call Det. Richard Tomlinson at (856) 488-7833.

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