Pueblo police are looking for the suspects in a pawnshop theft.
On February 9, a man and two women walked into the Top Dollar Pawn shop on the 1300 block of W. 4th St. and started browsing. The man began to hassle the store owner for not waiting on him, while one of the women grabbed a laptop from the front counter and started walking out. Police say that the man continued to cause a commotion as a diversion until the woman with the stolen computer started leaving, and then he and the second woman immediately left with her.
The suspects left in an older model dark green Ford Taurus.
The woman who stole the laptop has been described as Hispanic and between the ages of 17 and 20. She is 5-foot-6, around 150 and 160 pounds and has dark shoulder-length hair. She was wearing a gray zip-up hoodie over a white shirt and blue jeans at the time of the theft, and police say she had a large tattoo across the top of her chest, although it is unknown what it was a tattoo of.
The man was also described as Hispanic and about 5-foot-6. Police say he has a heavy-set build, and weighs about 250 pounds.
No description has been provided of the second woman.
Anyone with any information about this crime is asked to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.
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