Authorities are seeking assistance in identifying the alleged perpetrators behind a convenience store burglary that occurred last month.

Authorities are seeking assistance in identifying the alleged perpetrators behind a convenience store burglary that occurred last month.
Sgt. Dustin O’Brien of the Arkadelphia Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division has released descriptive information of a man and woman with slender builds who burglarized the West Pine Street Shell station.
At approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, a glass door was allegedly smashed by the male suspect who proceeded to take a cash drawer from the counter while the woman reportedly waited in the car. The suspects departed the scene by way of Interstate 30 eastbound.
O’Brien stated that the amount of money in the cash drawer was undisclosed.
Photos have been released of the pair in hopes that someone will come forward with knowledge of their identification. The photos feature the man and woman at a nearby gas station approximately twenty minutes before to the Shell incident.
The man is described as possibly in his 20s with a mustache. At the time of the burglary, he was wearing gray sweatpants, a black skull cap, a black zip hoodie, gray/blue shoes and a gold chain.
The woman also is possibly in her 20s and has long straight hair. During the incident, she wore black athletic or sweat pants, a white Nike T-shirt that bore the saying “Destroy Excuses" and flip flops. She had no visible tattoos.
The suspects travelled in a vehicle described as a 2014-2018 white Chevrolet Impala.
It is requested that anyone with information pertaining to the case contact O’Brien at the police department at (870) 246-4545.