ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) - Thanks to some high tech security cameras, Krystal's NFL Shoppe is hoping the public can help catch a couple of crooks.
On Wednesday, a couple could be seen on the store's security cameras walking into the business and stealing at least five high priced authentic NFL jerseys.
"Having seen the tapes we realized there were $600 worth of jerseys missing," said Krystal's owner Andy Hageman.
The video shows a man trying to be a decoy and a woman stuffing the jerseys into her purse. She then leaves and returns to summon the man out of the shop.
"I have no doubt that they'd be selling them on," Hageman said. "(The jerseys) have a value, they're not flea market jerseys and they sell for up to $250 a piece."
"I'm very confident that somebody will know the faces on the surveillance tape," he said.
The couple faces felony shoplifting charges because the total merchandise is worth over $500. If you recognize the crooks, call APD at 242-COPS.
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