Hudson police searching for suspect in Walmart theft case

HUDSON – Police are turning to the public for help identifying a man who is suspected of committing theft and unarmed robbery on two separate occasions.

According to law enforcement officials, on Sept. 11 and Oct. 9, a male was seen entering Walmart in Hudson. Once inside, the individual is suspected of committing theft and unarmed robbery, both felonies. The male, whose image was captured in surveillance video, is alleged to have fled the parking lot in a light-colored pickup truck in which he was a passenger.

Police have requested the public’s help in identifying the person or people who may have been involved with these two incidents and have provided a surveillance image. Anyone who recognizes this person depicted or the vehicle is asked to contact Detective Adam Lischinsky at 603-816-2281 or email him at alischinsky@hudsonnh.gov.

Additionally, anonymous tips may be made through the police department’s crime line at 603-594-1150.

Organized retail crime, such as what is described above, costs the retail industry approximately $30 billion per year, according to the National Retail Federation.

Adam Urquhart can be reached at 594-1206 or aurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com.