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Oregon Police looking for cell phone thieves

OREGON, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Oregon Police are looking for three men they say went into a store on Navarre Avenue and stole several smart phones.

According to police, the men stole from a Verizon store on Monday. Surveillance video shows two of them go to the iPhone display while the other goes to the counter to ask about a phone.

A short time later, the suspect at the counter walks over the Samsung Galaxy display. All three suspects take a phone from the security tether and they run out the door.

Police say the suspects fled in a gold-colored Chrysler 300. They got away with two iPhones and a Galaxy S4, worth $1,900 all together.

Anyone with information on the suspects is urged to call Oregon Police at 419-698-7062.

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