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Men walk into Walmart, grab 18 iPhones worth $11,000

Posted at 5:19 PM, Feb 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-03 23:28:23-05

POWHATAN COUNTY, Va. – Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

Police said that the crime occurred just before 2 a.m., at the Walmart Store on Anderson Highway in Powhatan County.

Two black males entered the store and went to the electronics section.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

The suspects are described as black males, mid-twenties to early thirties in age.

Both appeared to be of medium build, average height, one wearing an Adidas sweatshirt, sweatpants, Adidas tennis shoes with orange laces and a dark bandana.  This suspect had a white Adidas logo on the back of the sweatshirt/jacket.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

The second suspect wore a baseball cap, possibly red in color with what appears to be a non-descript white sports logo on it.  His jacket is described as dark-colored front and back with lighter colored arms, in a "letterman" style jacket and loose fitted faded/acid washed pants.

They were able to get into the area where the phones were kept, without any trouble. They walked out with 18 phones, police said. The value is estimated to be over $11,000.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

Two suspects entered a Walmart store early Wednesday morning and walked out with 18 iPhones.

The two men then walked out of the store with no issue.

Powhatan Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with any information to contact Powhatan Crime Solvers at 804-403-4357 or Powhatan Sheriff's Office 804-598-5656.