PLAYTIME IS OVER: NEW HAMPSHIRE PAIR SNATCH $3,000 WORTH OF NINTENDO SWITCH GAMES, COPS SAY

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Source: Manchester police

Mar. 20 2021, Updated 4:04 p.m. ET

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A duo in New Hampshire is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of video games and now police want the public's help identifying the thieves. 

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Manchester Police are trying to identify two people involved in eight separate shoplifting incidents in recent weeks at Walmart at 725 Gold Street.

The thefts happened between Feb. 15 and March 9. Walmart surveillance video showed the same man and woman snag Nintendo Switch video games off the shelves, and stash them in a large gray purse in the baby seat portion of the shopping cart, according to police. 

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The couple would then go to the register and pay for the other items in their cart, but not the video games, police say. 

The suspects then got into a silver SUV and left the area. Police say to date, the pair has taken about $3,000 worth of video games. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Manchester Police at (603) 668-8711. If you would like to leave an anonymous tip you can call the Manchester Crimeline at (603) 624-4040. 

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