The weekend is here and every week, we take a quick trip over to the Tyler Police Department's Facebook page to find out who made this week's #FindEmFriday. One of this week's postings featured a couple who went into a local ice cream shop and carted off one of its decorations for some strange reason.

The Crime Took place At The Marble Slab Creamery In Tyler

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According to Tyler police, the couple went inside the Marble Sab Creamery on South Broadway and they appeared to have some ice cream. But that ice cream must have been damn good because cops say the couple left with one of the stores decorative cones in the front.

Photos Of The Couple Were Captured By Surveillance

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From the "smirk" on the guys face, its clear he walked in with every intention of committing an act of tomfoolery. Now comes the hard part: Cops say can you identify their vehicle based off the "reflection" on the window? Take a look below:

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Yeah, this is going to be a tough one, but if you see someone with a giant ice cream cone decoration like the one below, only "white", then you need to call Tyler Police and help them out with this rather goofy case. While it may have been a "prank" I'm sure, its still a crime.

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If you can identify them, please contact Det. Thomas at 903-531-1035 or call Tyler-Smith County Crime Stoppers at 903-597-2833.

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