Man wanted in two thefts at UT

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TOLEDO (WTVG) -- Two thefts, one suspect.

University of Toledo Police are publicizing security camera images of a man in two locations on main campus where items were reported stolen.

The first was at Savage Arena, April 8, 2019. The suspect was spotted entering locker room #1230.

Multiple items from the room were reported stolen, including athletic clothing that the suspect was wearing when he walked out. That clothing can be seen in the surveillance image provided by UT Police.

The second image was captured the following day, April 9, 2019, inside the Health Education Building. In that instance, money and credit cards were reported stolen from an unlocked office.

Detectives say the credit cards were then fraudulently used to make multiple purchases in the area.

Earlier that same day, investigators say the suspect was recorded on video attempting to enter the administrative area on the 4th floor of Savage Arena. The doors were locked and he was unable to enter.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Campus Police at the University of Toledo Tweeted:
"Crime Awareness Bulletin: Attempt to Identify a male suspect in connection with the theft of property (clothing & credit cards) from both Savage Arena & the Health Education building on the Main Campus. If you know the identity of the suspect, notify #UToledoPD: (419)530.2601"

Officers are hoping someone will recognize the suspect and contact police.