Nicholasville Police need help identifying person of interest

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NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Nicholasville Police Department wants your help identifying a person of interest in a theft case.

Officers want anyone who recognizes a man from a photograph the department posted on Facebook to call with information.

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Police say they have found a large number of items they think were stolen from people’s cars Saturday night.

They are asking if you live in the Orchard or John Sutherland Drive areas you check your car and let the police department know if anything is missing.

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