By CBS13 Staff

LINCOLN (CBS13) — Two Sacramento residents have been arrested after allegedly shoplifting hundreds of dollars worth of power tools from a Lincoln store over the weekend.

Lincoln police say, late Sunday morning, officers were alerted about a pair of suspects who had just shoplifted from a Home Depot. About $470 worth of power tools were taken, police say.

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The tools police say the suspects shoplifted. (Credit: Lincoln Police Department)

Officers later spotted the suspects heading southbound on Highway 65 near Twelve Bridges Drive.

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The pair was soon pulled over and identified as 30-year-old Larry Branch and 27-year-old Lynisha Johnson. After a Home Depot employee positively identified the pair – and after officers recovered the stolen items from the car – the pair were arrested.

Branch also had a warrant out for his arrest from a robbery incident in Davis, police say.

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Both suspects are now facing charges of petty theft and conspiracy. Johnson is also facing charges of possession of drug paraphernalia. They have been booked into South Placer Jail.