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Crimestoppers: Warrants issued for suspected thieves

Hughey and Brandon Brooks (Source: JPD) Hughey and Brandon Brooks (Source: JPD)
Casablanca Splunge (Source: JPD) Casablanca Splunge (Source: JPD)
Samantha Young (Source: JPD) Samantha Young (Source: JPD)
(Source: KAIT) (Source: KAIT)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Jonesboro police have issued felony bench warrants for the arrest of two men on theft charges.

Police say Hughey Brooks and his brother, Brandon Brooks, are the men recently caught on camera stealing cell phones from Walmart.  

In the video aired on Crimestoppers in April, they were seen using a razor or knife to cut the smartphones from the rack, separating them from the anti-theft devices.

Police believe they may be in the Forrest City area.

If you can help police track down Brandon or Hughey Brooks, it's worth money.

Call Crimestoppers at 935-STOP with your anonymous tip, or you can text it to 274637.

In the text message, type 935stop as one word followed by your tip.

You will get a message back with your anonymous tip number. That number is yours to keep for any future reward. 

We've got plenty of warrants on warrant watch again this week.

Casablanca Splunge is sitting on 26 warrants. 

Samantha Young has 14 warrants. 

If you can lead police to Samantha Young or Casablanca Splunge, it's worth money.  

Call Crimestoppers at 935-STOP with your anonymous tip, or you can text it to 274637.

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