Thieves steal thousands of dollars worth of electronics from Walmart stores

Theft suspects. Photos: EPSO.

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is hoping someone may recognize two of the three suspects who are believed to have stolen more than $4,000 worth of electronics from several different Walmart locations. One suspect has already been identified, but deputies are hoping someone recognizes the other two.

On Tuesday, deputies released surveillance photos of the suspected thieves.

One suspect is described only as a black female with long, black hair. At the time of the suspected crime, she was wearing a black hat and gray jacket. The second suspect is described as a black male in his 20s. In the surveillance, he was wearing a jean jacket, a red shirt and black pants. They were seen driving off in a 2012 red Cadillac Escalade with Texas plates with the numbers KDJ2991.

According to the sheriff's office, the surveillance photos come from when the suspects went inside the Walmart located at 11550 Meridian Market View in Falcon on November 3 around 6:05 p.m. They allegedly stole two iPad Pros.

The same three people are suspected of taking thousands of dollars worth of equipment from four different Walmart locations in Colorado Springs and Monument.

The sheriff's office says in the Falcon theft case, the suspects approached the electronics section and asked that several items be put on layaway, then helped the employee carry the items to the layaway counter. At that time, the two female suspects handed iPads to the male suspect, who then walked away. The male suspect paid for several small items at the checkout counter but placed the iPads into bags before walking out of the store.

If anyone has information about the suspects, please contact deputy Jessica Brooke at or call the Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center at 719-390-5555.