Midlothian PD seeking help in identifying car theft suspects Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Headline, Midlothian on April 01, 2016 by Staff Report Photo Courtesy Midlothian Police Department. Photo of vehicle that dropped off two suspects who stole a vehicle on Sunday, March 27, 2016 from the Midlothian WalMart parking lot.MIDLOTHIAN — This past Sunday, March 27, 2016 at approximately 4:00 p.m., officers were dispatched to theft of a vehicle in progress in the parking lot of Walmart, 400 blk of N US Hwy 67 in Midlothian.Two black males approached a 68-year-old female and demanded her car keys while pointing a handgun at her. The stolen vehicle then exited the Walmart parking lot onto the 67 N service road.A witness followed the stolen vehicle and it ended up pulling up next to J.R. Irvin and dumped some property from the vehicle. That is when the witness lost contact with the vehicle.If anybody witnessed any part of this incident or observed the stolen vehicle, the Midlothian Police Department would like to talk to you.If anyone can identify the make/model of this vehicle or has additional information, call Investigator Mark Treibly at 972-775-7626.The female was not injured and the stolen vehicle has not been recovered at this time. You may also be interested in readingUPDATED: Walmart parking lot shooting suspect in custodyAll clear after bomb threat at WalmartRed Oak PD asking for help in identifying theft suspectsRed Oak PD makes arrest in stolen vehicle casesSuspect arrested after attempted aggravated robbery of gas stationMajor accident on Hwy 67 sends three to hospitalAlleged gunman in critical condition after Ennis officer opens fireMidlothian canine officer Remi makes drug bust$600k meth bust in MidlothianDead body found at landfill in Ferris identified ← Red Oak PD working to collect unused prescription drugsCOLUMN: How the Sheriff’s Office handles public records requests → You must log in to post a comment.