Topsham police seek man they say swapped old sneakers for a pair of $175 boots at Renys

Posted Jan. 30, 2013, at 2:22 p.m.
Topsham police are searching for this man, shown in this surveillance camera screenshot from Renys department store, who they believe stole a pair of $175 boots from the store.
Topsham Police Department
Topsham police are searching for this man, shown in this surveillance camera screenshot from Renys department store, who they believe stole a pair of $175 boots from the store.

TOPSHAM, Maine — Topsham police are still trying to identify a man they believe made off with a pair of boots from Renys.

The theft was reported shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday at the Renys in Topsham Fair Mall.

Topsham Police Chief Christopher Lewis said Detective Mark Lafountain responded to review surveillance video that showed a white male Lewis said decided to swap out the pair of sneakers he was wearing for a new pair of Chippewa boots worth $175.

Police had not yet identified the man Tuesday.

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