Suspects Named In Wal-Mart Video Game Theft

April 10, 2014
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Authorities have identified four men believed to be responsible for the theft of electronics from the Aurora Wal-Mart in January.

Authorities have identified four men believed to be responsible for the theft of electronics from the Aurora Wal-Mart in January.

Aurora Police say they are closer to solving the theft of multiple video game controllers from a Wal-Mart in January.

Four men are sought for stealing Xbox and Playstation game controllers valued at $1,100 from the Aurora Wal-Mart on January 28.

Authorities also believe the suspects are linked to the theft at the Game Insane Store in Lawrenceburg in March.

The subjects were identified with help of the media and tips provided from the community, Aurora Police Chief Josh Daugherty said.

They are listed as: Douglas Hurt, 19, Harrison, Ohio; Daniel Richmond, 19, Hamilton, Ohio; Gary Wilder, 18, Harrison; and Collin Tenhundfeld, 19, of North Bend, Ohio.

Chief Daugherty said if anyone can identify the suspects whereabouts contact area law enforcement or the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.

Aurora police have been able to successfully solve several cases thanks to the help of the public and media. These cases were also solved in part by the use of a newly implemented investigative program funded by a grant received from the Dearborn County Foundation, Daugherty noted.

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