Thefts at local Northland businesses seem to be getting more prevalent. Recently, Play It Again Sports went public trying to identify suspects in a theft that occurred in Duluth. Thankfully, the store had a surveillance cameras that were able to capture fairly clear pictures of the suspects.

This weekend, a similar scenario is playing out with Vintage Italian Pizza. They've reported a theft and they also have surveillance photos of the people they believe are responsible. Now they're looking for help to identify who these people are.

Vintage Italian Pizza reached through their official Facebook page on Saturday, December 4, to ask for help:

If anyone knows the two people on the pics below, please let them know we would like the property they took Friday night returned. Thank you.

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The post was accompanied by the picture below, which was captured by their surveillance camera.

Vintage Italian Pizza Facebook
Vintage Italian Pizza Facebook

While their post did not mention at which Vintage Italian Pizza location the theft occurred, I did reach out to them through Facebook and received confirmation that it was at their Superior location, located at 1201 Tower Avenue.

Vintage Italian Pizza also has two Duluth locations, in West Duluth at 3901 Grand Avenue and in East Duluth at 1830 E. 8th Street.

If you recognize either of the two people captured on camera, you can reach out through their Facebook page and send them a private message. They will then be able to provide that important additional information to authorities.

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