BROWN COUNTY - Brown County authorities are looking for thieves who are stealing from people at health clubs.
Sheriff's officials believe the thieves are watching the victims put their belongings into lockers; then, when the victims leave, the thieves break open the locks and take credit cards from the victims' wallets. The cards have been used to buy expensive items such as tools, computers and cameras at stores in Green Bay and Kohler.
Investigators say the thieves are targeting older men.
Deputies believe at least five thieves are involved. They are men between 30 and 50 years old. One of the clubs caught a suspect on camera. Photos of the suspect can be viewed at the left.
In addition, officials have released descriptions of three vehicles involved in the thefts: and older white Ford Taurus, an older white Dodge or Chrysler minivan, and an older dark-colored Dodge or Chrysler minivan with tinted rear windows.
Anyone with information is asked to call (920) 448-6187; if there is no answer, leave a message.
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