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  • He threw away a purse at a gas station. What was inside led to an OS police investigation.

    The Ocean Springs Police Department is asking the public to help identify a man who dumped out the contents of a purse into a trash can on Nov. 20 at Bao Wow's service station in Ocean Springs. Police say the contents of the purse contained items from several auto burglaries in the city. If you can identify the driver of the vehicle, call the Ocean Springs Police Department at 228-875-2211.

He threw away a purse at a gas station. What was inside led to an OS police investigation.

The Ocean Springs Police Department is asking the public to help identify a man who dumped out the contents of a purse into a trash can on Nov. 20 at Bao Wow's service station in Ocean Springs. Police say the contents of the purse contained items from several auto burglaries in the city. If you can identify the driver of the vehicle, call the Ocean Springs Police Department at 228-875-2211.
Ocean Springs police jmitchell@sunherald.com