Police in Vineland are looking for the public's help in identifying three people who police say were involved in a recent theft case.
The Vineland Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying the three people pictured above.
Surveillance video caught the three people on camera - and it's almost like the three were trying to create the famous Beatles classic Abbey Road album cover - much like these people were doing:
(Yes, we're joking.)
Police say the three are suspects in a theft case that occurred back on Wednesday in the City of Vineland.
If you recognize any or all three, you're encouraged to reach out to Officer Jasmine Rodriguez with the Vineland Police Department at email@example.com. You can also send an anonymous top via the department's new web-based tip-line: https://police.vinelandcity.org/tips.
SOURCE: Vineland City Police Department
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