Report: Suspects steal more than $700 worth of merchandise from Walmart | Crime
Three shoplifters filled a cart with more than $700 worth of merchandise and walked out of a Lexington County business without paying for the items, according to Sheriff James Metts.
The report said on February 14, officers responded to the Walmart located on South Lake Drive in reference to shoplifting.
Upon arrival, deputies met with the loss prevention officer who stated he observed three suspects enter the store and place two coffee machines and two sets of Paula Dean pots into a shopping cart, the report stated.
According to Metts, one of the suspects exited the store and placed the items into a gold sedan.
The suspect then reentered the store with the empty cart.
The suspect met up with the two other suspects, and began placing more items into the cart, the report stated.
Metts said the trio then left the store and placed the second load of items into the same vehicle.
The suspects fled the scene.
The items stolen had a total value o $729.19.
· The report said the first suspect is described as white male, between 30-40 years old, 5’10”- 6’0”, 165-180lbs. with a large tattoo on his left bicep.
· The second suspect is a white female between 30-40 years old, 5’06”- 5’10”, 160-200lbs. last seen wearing a gray long sleeve shirt and red pants.
· The last suspect is described as white male, between 30-40 years old, 5’09”- 6’0”, 160-180lbs. last seen wearing a maroon Gamecocks shirt and a white jacket.
If you know anything about this crime, you are urged to contact Crimestopper at 1-888-CRIME-SC.