Thief Dresses Exactly Like a Walmart Employee, Casually Walks Out With Four HDTVs

Thief Dresses Exactly Like a Walmart Employee, Casually Walks Out With Four HDTVs

February 24, 2016
A crafty thief casually walked out of a Walmart store in Virginia carting four stolen HDTVs.
The still unidentified man robbed an outlet in Chesterfield County dressed in store uniform to avoid detection, reports WTVR.
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CCTV surveillance tape revealed that the man who wore a blue Walmart vest stuffed the HDTVs in a shopping cart and simply walked out of the store via the emergency exit where a full-sized SUV was waiting. Local authorities have described the suspect as an African-American in his early 20s.
Unfortunately, the man was not an employee of that Walmart or of any of the neighboring Walmart stores,” said a spokesperson of Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers. He was approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and had a thin build. He wore tan cargo pants and a light gray, hooded sweatshirt under the blue Walmart vest.”
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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