Wedding Crasher Steals Gifts, Money

A man crashed a Tustin wedding on Saturday, making off with an undisclosed amount of gift cards, checks, and cash, according to police.

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Tustin Police Department

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The suspect entered the clubhouse at the Tustin Ranch Golf Course during a nearby wedding. While the wedding bells were ringing, the thief was stealing. The suspect stood around the gift table and – when no one was looking – he snagged a box of gifts.

The business captured surveillance footage of the suspect, who is described as a man approximately 23 to 35 years old, wearing a black suit with a white shirt.

Anyone with information about this crime or suspect identity is asked to call Detective Lomeli with the Tustin Police Department at 714-573-3250.
 

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