- Associated Press - Friday, August 19, 2016

HOOVER, Ala. (AP) - Police are looking for two suspects who they say stole more than $1,000 worth of razor cartridges from a Hoover drug store.

News outlets report Hoover police say the two women captured in security photos last week made off with 35 Gillette razor cartridges, worth about $1,411, at a CVS pharmacy.

Authorities say the suspects took off the security devices, hid the items and left the store without paying.

WVTM-TV reports that police say the same suspects then stole more items from a Pelham CVS and another location.

Some of the razor cartridges cost more than $40 each.

Officer Brian Hale says the suspects likely sell the blades on the black market, eBay or at flea markets.

Police say the suspects will face third-degree theft of property when caught.

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