Tacoma Police want to track down a thief who stole $15,000 worth of iPads from a Target store this month.
The suspect was seen on surveillance video June 3 just before officers said he hid behind some large boxes and waited for employees to leave.
At midnight when the store was empty, the suspect smashed the iPad display cases in the electronics department. He loaded the stolen Apple goods into bags and suitcases that were also swiped off of store shelves, police said.
When the suspect left the store, he smashed a glass door and dropped one of the pieces of luggage, leaving it behind.
The suspect is described as a black male, about 20-years old, light complexion, with a slender build. He wore a black and white checkered hooded coat, light colored pants, black shoes, white gloves and a baseball cap with a red bill.
The Target store is located at 23rd Street South and Union Avenue. The suspect was last seen on foot heading west toward Union Avenue.
Crimestoppers of Tacoma/Pierce County is offerring a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. Tips can be left here.