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Job Applicants Linked to $1 Million Theft at Broward Marine Store

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    Job Applicants Linked to $1 Million Theft at Broward Marine Store
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    POMPANO BEACH, FL - JUNE 17: Broward Sheriff's Office Sergeant Ozzy Tianga (L), along with other Deputies, deal with a man who was suspected of being under the influence of the drug Flakka on June 17, 2015 in Pompano Beach, Florida. The Sheriff's Office is on the front lines to keep people from the drug, categorized as a bath salts, which has become an epidemic among users because the cheap synthetic drug made in overseas pharmaceutical plants can be swallowed in capsule form, snorted, injected, or smoked via an e-cigarette. Some of the effects of the drug include body overheating, a heightened sense of euphoria and greater propensity for uncontrollable violence. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

    What to Know

    • The men applied for jobs Jan. 5 while later that night, thieves broke into a rear cargo door according to BSO.

    • Surveillance video shows the two applicants walking through the warehouse.

    Investigators say two men posing as job applicants are connected to a crew of thieves who stole $1 million worth of equipment from a Florida marine supply store.

    Broward Sheriff's spokeswoman Joy Oglesby tells local news outlets that the burglary was carried out over a dozen visits during a weekend in January. The sheriff's office released a video of men in hopes that someone will recognize them.

    She says the men applied for jobs Jan. 5. Later that night, thieves broke into a rear cargo door. Surveillance video shows the two applicants walking through the warehouse.

    Tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

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