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2 steal tobacco products from Fort Fairfield gas station

Security camera footage of one of the people accused of stealing tobacco products from the Shell station in Fort Fairfield on Wednesday, July 29. Courtesy of Fort Fairfield Police

This story will be updated. 

FORT FAIRFIELD, Maine — Two people stole an undisclosed amount of tobacco products from a Shell gas station in Fort Fairfield early on Wednesday morning, police said.

Fort Fairfield Police said that the unidentified pair broke into the convenience store area of the Shell gas station at 214 Main St. at around 4 a.m., swiping tobacco products from the store’s inventory.

Police have examined video footage from inside the store and said they are checking cameras from nearby businesses as they attempt to identify the culprits. 

Authorities are asking members of the public who recognize the suspects to contact Fort Fairfield Police dispatch at 207-532-5400 or Aroostook County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-638-8477.

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