Cash reward offered for suspects in Southwest Detroit crime spree

DETROIT (WWJ) -- Authorities have released photos of the suspects they say are responsible for multiple robberies in Southwest Detroit earlier this week.

A gaping hole was left in the side of a Dollar Tree on Vernor Highway Monday morning after a semi-truck smashed into it, while $12,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from a nearby Foot Locker store the same night.

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Crime Stoppers of Michigan says the same set of suspects are believed to be responsible for both incidents.

The suspects allegedly stole a sem-truck from Mobia’s North America around 11:40 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 3, before using it to slam into the Dollar Tree about two hours later. Police found the truck nearby and had it towed.