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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Police have recovered a car stolen from the parking lot of a Bluefield video lottery parlor Sunday night.

The 2007 Mercedes E350 and most of the goods inside have been found, police told WVVA News Tuesday.

Police have also identified the suspect seen on surveillance video leaving the business in the car -- as well as the person of interest the suspect was seen on camera arriving at the business with.

If you have any information on the incident you are urged to contact the Bluefield Police Department.

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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - The Bluefield Police Department is seeking a man seen on surveillance stealing a Mercedes from the parking lot of a city business.

Det. A.L. Crook tells WVVA News the vehicle -- a 2007 black, 4-door Mercedes E350 with temporary Virginia tags -- was stolen from 'Sarah J's' on Cumberland Road around 9 p.m. Sunday.

The suspect seen on video leaving in the car is a white male, approximately 6-feet tall with a medium build. He has a tattoo in the area of his left eye and may walk with a limp.

A second male, who is seen on video arriving at the business the same time as the suspect, is also being sought by investigators as a person of interest.

The second male is described as a white male, 6-feet tall with a stocky build.  He is believed to be driving a dark-colored Nissan Frontier pickup truck.

If you have any information on this incident, contact the Bluefield P.D.

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