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Crime Trackers: Circa 79 salon hit a third time

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TUCSON- A thief who started out by stealing hair products from a Tucson salon is now accused of hitting the shop again.

 Chris Davison owns it with his mother and sister.  He said, "We put the signs up after he was here last time but apparently it doesn't matter, he's right underneath the camera."

Despite the warning signs and cameras throughout Circa 79's property,  the thief came back for more. 

Surveillance video of the suspect from October 16 showed him stealing cushions off the patio furniture.

Ryan Inglett spokesman for the Pima county sheriff's department told News 4 Tucson, "Burglary detectives believe the same man has hit the Circa 79 hair salon on three separate occasions, the first two were on July 11th and July 12."

Davison said, the thief has it down to a science, he knows once the alarm goes off he has five minutes to get out.

 Besides the patio cushions the thief took, there was a broom that was located in the back patio, he took that too.  Davison said, video surveillance showed the thief testing the broom before he took it.

Davison said he is frustrated because he has to call the Pima county sheriff's department and tell them about the break in wasting their time and his.

He added the thief put a lot of effort for couch cushions. The last time he took hair spray, and hair products.  Davison doesn't believe the thief "is firing on all cylinders."

The last time Davison said he spent over $10, 000 to repair damages and replace stolen merchandise.  He filed two separate claims and his insurance premiums went up.

 The sheriff's department needs your help to identify thief.

They described him as white male, late 30 early 40's, thin build.

The surveillance video showed him driving a dark color two door coupe, possibly a Hyundai.

If you recognize him, call 911 or 88-CRIME.  Detectives said he may also be hitting other locations.

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