Mequon — Police are looking for a man suspected of stealing a car from a Sendik's employee on Saturday, according to a department news release.
Police say the vehicle was stolen from the Sendik's at 10930 N. Port Washington Road around 4:25 p.m. Jan. 25. The man entered the employee area in the rear of the store and took an employee's coat containing car keys.
He then found the matching car in the parking lot and drove it off northbound on Port Washington Road.
Based on security camera footage, police describe the man as white, late 20s to early 30s, with a receding hairline and glasses. He was seen wearing a dark jacket with white logos on the left chest and right bicep, dark pants, and white tennis shoes.
Anyone who can identify the suspect or provide information is encouraged to contact Mequon police at (262) 242-3500.
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