Recently, a crime took place in Duluth that involved a stolen vehicle that ultimately crashed and caused damage.

Duluth Police have a photo of the suspect and they are now reaching out to the public hoping to identify the person and bring them to justice.

There's a good chance that with the help of the public and social media, this person can be identified and held accountable for their actions.

Duluth Police Reach Out To The Public For Help

The Duluth Police Department utilized its Facebook page on Wednesday, July 11, to share the picture they had obtained and to share information on the case.

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According to police, the individual in the photo is a suspect in a vehicle theft case. The stolen vehicle would later crash near Harvey Street in Duluth and cause a lot of damage.

Anyone with any information on the identity of the person below should call 911 and reference ICR#24089849.

Duluth Police Department Facebook
Duluth Police Department Facebook

Anonymous tips can also be submitted anytime by texting the keyword DPDTIP, along with whatever information you have to share, to 847411.

In situations like this, the more people who see this picture and get the related information, the better chance the police have to find the suspect and work towards getting this case closed. Even if you have no clue who this person is or have any information on this case, a quick share on your social media outlets can go a long way to helping solve this case.

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