Beloit Police Department Explains Suspect Posts

According to a post from the Beloit Police Department, the suspect from the retail theft earlier today has been identified. The police department also noted that they put images of suspects up on the Facebook page very quickly, and sometimes go back to post a better quality image later if necessary. They also said that the reason they don’t mention store names is because they are victims of a crime, and victims are not posted.

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