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3 Montgomery men sought in 2-state Walmart theft ring

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Law enforcement officers say a theft ring in Alabama is responsible for stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise from Walmart, and you can help put them behind bars.

Authorities want the public to be on the lookout for three people: Jarmaine Walker, 29, Richard Cintron, Jr., 31, and George Relff, 26. Each is a Montgomery resident.

Investigators say the three are believed to have stolen expensive electronic devices from Walmart stores across Alabama and Florida. Stores in Hoover, Troy and Ozark are known to have been hit.

Police say the men know what they're doing and need to be brought to justice. Each now has felony warrants for their arrest in Troy.

The suspects are believed to be traveling in a red 2008 Chrysler 300 sedan with a Montgomery County tag.

If you have any information, please call the Troy Police Dept. 334-566-0500; Secret Witness Line 334-566-5555 or Crime Stoppers at 215-STOP

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