Local Auto Body Shop Ask For Public’s Help Identifying Two Individuals
This is such a bummer. A local auto body shop in Superior is asking for the public's help in finding two people they say have been stealing items on their property.
This has become quite common over the past few years, especially for local police departments. Recently, the Duluth Police Department asked for the public's help in identifying a few people suspected of stealing. They shared a few screenshot photos of the two suspects and said they were wanted in relation to a vehicle theft.
Over the summer, a local business shared a photo from their security camera, which caught a couple at the bar. According to their post at the time, the couple dined and dashed. They shared the post in hopes of alerting other Lincoln Park businesses to look out for them.
While social media can have some downfalls, using it in this way can actually have benefits. It is easy to reach a lot of people by putting a post out there. People share it and comment on it, bringing attention and eyes to it.
This is what one local business is hoping for. Arrowhead Auto Body shared a photo of two people, which looks like it was taken from a security camera on site. The automotive body shop shared the photos on their Facebook page Thursday (August 25th).
The photos show a male and a female. In one photo, a man can be seen walking in front of a few cars on the property and in another, you see a female sitting in the passenger seat of a silver truck.
It should be noted that this is Arrowhead Auto Body's Superior location. According to their post, the two in the photos have "helped themselves" to items that don't belong to them.
If you know the individuals in the photos, you will likely be able to recognize them, especially the second photo of the two. Someone may also recognize the truck in the photo or see that someone has these items in the back.
Arrowhead is offering a five-hundred dollar reward that leads to an arrest of the individuals. If you recognize either of these two individuals, reach out to Arrowhead Auto Body on Facebook or by calling them at 218-722-2902.
It is really sad that anyone would take advantage of a local business. I hope that these two are identified and the Superior Police Department gets to have a chat with them sooner rather than later! As always, we will keep you updated.