Police seek help with identifying two theft suspects

By Andy Matarrese, Columbian Breaking News Reporter

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Washougal police officers are trying to identify the man and woman shown in these photos, taken at the Chkalov Drive and Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard Fred Meyer, in October. (Crime Stoppers of Oregon)

Washougal police officers are trying to identify the man and woman shown in these photos, taken at the Chkalov Drive and Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard Fred Meyer, in October. (Crime Stoppers of Oregon)

Washougal police officers are trying to identify the man and woman shown in these photos, taken at the Chkalov Drive and Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard Fred Meyer, in October. (Crime Stoppers of Oregon)

Washougal police officers are trying to identify the man and woman shown in these photos, taken at the Chkalov Drive and Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard Fred Meyer, in October. (Crime Stoppers of Oregon)

The Washougal Police Department has teamed up with Crime Stoppers of Oregon in an effort to identify two suspects in a theft investigation, and tipsters may be eligible for a cash reward.

Last month, two people used stolen gift cards at the Southeast Mill Plain and Chkalov Drive Fred Meyer. Surveillance images show the suspects to be a younger white woman and a young black man, possibly with one child, a girl, in tow.

Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards for information, reported to the organization, that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime.

Tipsters can call 503-823-4357 to share information, or go online to www.p3tips.com/823. They can also use the P3 Tips smart phone app. Tipsters can remain anonymous.