PHOTOS: Fairfield police are searching for these multiple business theft, robbery suspects. Can you help?

The city of Fairfield is looking for theft and robbery suspects from area businesses in recent weeks.

Feb. 6

Investigators need help identifying a man for a theft on Wednesday from Walgreens, 4610 Pleasant Ave.

The suspect left the scene on a bicycle, east on Symmes Road and then north on Madison Avenue.

Contact Officer Matt Miller at 513-867-6036 with any information.


Jan. 29

A suspect stole a Meijer employee’s car from the parking lot after stealing her jacket, according to a police report. The incident happened at around 6 a.m. on Jan. 29.

Contact Officer Ed Bausch at 513-896-8263 with any information.


Jan. 28

Investigators need help identifying a suspect in a theft case on Jan. 28 from Speedway, 4511 Pleasant Ave. Police said she stole a few small items from the convenience store.

Contact Officer Rob Corner at 513-896-8264 with any information.


Jan. 15

Investigators need help finding a person wanted for attempted robbery on around 10 p.m. Jan. 15 at the AmeriStop on Woodridge Boulevard. He brandished a firearm before fleeing.

The suspect is described as a thin male black 5 feet, 10 inches to 6 feet tall. He fled in an SUV after entering the passenger side of the vehicle.

Contact Officer Brian Wells at 513-896-8282 with any information.


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