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VIDEO: PCPD, JTM Corp. looking for burglary suspects; 4 stores affected

Surveillance images of three person of interests that police would like identified in connection to an armed robbery of Piggly Wiggly. (Source: Phenix City Police Department/Surveillance images/Piggly Wiggly JTM) Surveillance images of three person of interests that police would like identified in connection to an armed robbery of Piggly Wiggly. (Source: Phenix City Police Department/Surveillance images/Piggly Wiggly JTM)

PHENIX CITY, AL (WTVM) –The Phenix City Police Department and Piggly Wiggly JTM Corporation are trying to identify six people that may be connected to the burglary of multiple stores in East Alabama this year.

In two separate posts to social media, surveillance video shows six masked, armed men entering the Piggly Wiggly store no. 411, located on Stadium Drive in Phenix City on Oct. 6.

The JTM Corporation, the company that owns the stores and several others across the Chattahoochee Valley, says the same type of burglary occurred at the Piggly Wiggly location on 280 Bypass in Phenix City in January; two other stores in Troy, AL and Tuskegee, AL were also victims to similar crimes  in January and April 2015, respectively.

A portion of the message from Piggly Wiggly JTM's Facebook post says

You'll see six different checkout camera videos, and six persons of interest, who we've nicknamed as we've dissected their operation. 
1 - Tupac (wearing Tupac shirt)
2 - Jordan (wearing Air Jordan shirt, Bulls hat)
3 - Luigi (wearing big hat, has mustache)
4 - Hans (big male in sweatshirt and sweatpants, blue hat)
5 - Julio (wearing Julio Jones jersey, Falcons hat)
6 - Usher (wearing sunglasses inside)

For now, the persons in the video are only being called persons of interest in this crime. Phenix City Police is asking for your help in identifying the people in the photos provided.

If anyone can identify the subjects, you are asked to call the PCPD Criminal Investigations Division at (334)-448-2840 or (334)-448-2835.

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