The Struggle is Real: Thievery at the Tuscaloosa Walmart
Always Low Prices..... Always (low prices don't equal FREE)
Tuscaloosa Police are searching for the suspects in a case where a doll that belongs to an 8-year-old girl was taken from a shopping cart in Walmart a month ago. First of all, can we talk about why this woman is riding in the cart? First hint that something isn't quite right. Ok, but getting to what happened.The little girl is said to have been shopping with her grandmother and stepped away from their cart for a moment, leaving her doll.
The suspects came upon the cart, took the doll, and left the store. The doll was not in store packaging. In fact, it is said to be over a year old! So, they had to have known it belonged to somebody. And let's just say, for the sake of argument that they didn't know it belonged to someone, it still wasn't free! WHO walks into a store, sees something they want, and just leave with it without paying for it? These people right here.
And if THAT isn't bad enough, in November, THIS GUY decided that the pressure washer and leaf blower he wanted from the store just weren't worth paying for. Oh, he wanted them; he just didn't want to pay.... AND DIDN'T!
Now, the police are looking for him, too.
Look at that face. You can almost see his sigh of relief as he gets by the detector. I just want to know how he did it! That freaking thing goes off on me for SMALL items that I've paid for! If I can just keep THAT from happening.
Anyway, rewards are offered in both cases for tips leading to an arrest. Those with information are encouraged to contact Tuscaloosa County Crime Stoppers at (205) 752-STOP or text "Tusc" and the suspect's information to CRIMES (274637). It shouldn't be hard to find the guy with the pressure washer and leaf blower. SOMEBODY has recently gotten low-rate lawn care. Who knows, maybe he's gotten enough work to have his bail. *shrugs*