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

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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.

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.”

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