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Police: Flowery Branch smash-and-grab suspects now wanted in Tennessee incident
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Flowery Branch police are seeking help identifying two suspects they say stole items from a Sprint store Jan. 16.

Feb. 4, update: Two suspects in a Sprint store smash-and-grab burglary in Flowery Branch are suspected in another incident in Knoxville, Tennessee. 

Flowery Branch Police investigator Robin Kemp said the same two suspects “wearing (the) same clothes, hit another (Sprint) store in Knoxville, Tennessee” on Jan. 17.

“They did it the same way by snatching the display and running out the door,” Kemp wrote in an email.

Kemp said police did not have any information on the identities of these suspects. The two were seen in a white Kia sedan, but no tag information was given.

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These two men are suspected of smash-and-grab burglaries in Flowery Branch, and, pictured here, Knoxville, Tenn.

Previous story: Two burglars damaged a Sprint store display case and took four new iPhone 11s Jan. 16 on Spout Springs Road in Flowery Branch, police said.

Flowery Branch Police are looking for two suspects in the smash-and-grab burglary.

Surveillance video shows the two suspects entering the store and looking around the inventory before grabbing four phones. As they run from the store, part of the display case is dragged along with them.

Investigator Robin Kemp did not have many new details on the case.

“The taller of the (suspects), who was dressed in white and orange, has a tattoo all around his neck. A witness said he looked like a guy he attended school with at East Hall High School 2010-2012,” Kemp wrote in an email.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Kemp at 770-967-6336.

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