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Police seek public’s help to ID two women suspected in Hudson ink heist

HUDSON – Police suspect two women of stealing $1,300 worth of ink cartridges from Sam’s Club by hiding the cartridges in bags and slipping out the store’s entrance.

Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the two women. ...

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HUDSON – Police suspect two women of stealing $1,300 worth of ink cartridges from Sam’s Club by hiding the cartridges in bags and slipping out the store’s entrance.

Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the two women.

The women are suspected of concealed the stolen items in bags they brought into the store and then left through the entrance to avoid employees who check bags upon exiting the store, police said.

The women may have left in a yellow or gold colored Saturn sedan, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hudson Police Department at 886-6011.