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Toledo police ask public to help identify suspects

Persons Are Named In Earlier Theft

August 21, 2014
Submitted by Toledo Police Chief Bob Kendal , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

The Toledo Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying the three female subjects in the photo provided.

On July 31, 2014, three entered Twin Town Liquor and went directly down an isle. The female subject carrying the bag placed two bottles of Malibu directly into it while the other two females acted as a "lookout." After placing the two bottles of Malibu into the bag she was carrying, the female subject then left the store and got into what appeared to be a silver Mazda with possible Tama County plates. The other two followed shortly afterward. If anybody has any information about the identities of the three female subjects, please call 641-484-3013. You may remain anonymous.

Toledo Police would like to thank the members of the community who identified the two female subjects who took three can of Budweiser beer from Jiffy North on July 14, 2014, without paying.

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Toledo Police Chief Bob Kendall is seeking assistance from the community to help identify three women pictured above.
Photo Provided by Chief Kendall

The two subjects in the incident were both charged with theft in the 5th degree and they are identified as LaDonna Marland, 42, of Toledo, and Starla Durnin, 30, of Tama.

As a reminder, individuals charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty, or plead guilty in a court of law.



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