Police looking for men who stole $7,000 in merchandise from DeLand smoke shop

The DeLand Police Department is asking the public to help identify two suspects who are wanted in connection with a robbery at a local smoke shop.

According to DPD, on Wednesday, August 17, at approximately 3:15 a.m., the two suspects pictured above entered the Volusia Smoke and Vape store located at 1428 North Woodland Boulevard.

The individuals stole several vape devices and other items that were valued at more than $7,000, before fleeing prior to the arrival of law enforcement officials.

The department says that one man was wearing a grey sweatshirt with red shorts and the other was wearing black pants and a white sweatshirt.

If you know who these individuals are, leave an anonymous tip through the DeLand CrimeWatch Portal on this case.

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