Crime Stoppers: Theft At Walmart On Little Debbie Parkway

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Crime Stoppers and the Collegedale Police Department are seeking information regarding theft that occurred at Walmart on Little Debbie Parkway.   

An unknown white male went into the Collegedale Walmart on May 7, after first driving around the building.  After entering through the grocery entrance, he pushed a cart containing two large TVs out the deli side emergency exit, where an unknown accomplice had driven the car to await his arrival.  Video showed the suspect loading the TVs and getting into the passenger seat before the vehicle left the scene.

The suspect appeared to be between 5 feet, nine inches and 6 feet tall, approximately 220 to 230 pounds, with brown hair. The vehicle appeared to be a dark green four-door sedan with what might have had severe fading on the roof, and possibly hood, of the car. 

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers. A confidential call could result in a cash reward.Call Crime Stoppers at 423 698-3333.



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