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Beats by Theft: Headphone heist at Madison Target store

The pair made off with $1,000 in "Beats" headphones. (Source: Crime Stoppers) The pair made off with $1,000 in "Beats" headphones. (Source: Crime Stoppers)
(Source: Crime Stoppers) (Source: Crime Stoppers)
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

Two thieves who stole instruments of sound were caught very clearly on an instrument of sight. It's your chance to make some big bucks in a "headphone heist" in this week's Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers. 

The two thieves are seen on surveillance camera walking out of the Target store on Highway 72 West in Madison March 11. 

They aren't walking out empty-handed. 

So what did they walk out of the doors with? Some "Beats By Dre" headphones. 

According to police, they removed the electronic theft devices off them and danced their way out the door with over $1,000 worth of the high-end sonic accessories.

But one thing they couldn't dance around was the surveillance camera. We have clear shots of both suspects. But one of the shots is extremely clear. 

And that's the shot that could earn you up to $1,000 in reward money if you can help us identify and track down this guy and his partner in crime.

All you have to do is make the anonymous phone call to 256-53-Crime. 

Or you can text or e-mail your anonymous tips. Click here to learn more.

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