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Woman Allegedly Tries to Steal Big Screen TV Caught on Camera

Woman Allegedly Tries to Steal Big Screen TV Caught on Camera

ID #20-248

ID #20-248 Woman Allegedly Tries to Steal Big Screen TV

ID #20-248 Woman Allegedly Tries to Steal Big Screen TV

ID #20-248 Close up of suspect

ID #20-248 Close up of suspect

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Polk County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On Sunday, July 12th, at around 5:00 pm, the woman in this video went into the Mulberry Walmart (6745 North Church Avenue) with another woman, and the two began placing electronics into their shopping cart.

Then they placed a 65” TV into the cart. If you’re reading this before watching the video, you’re probably asking yourself, “Does a 65” TV actually fit in a shopping cart?”

The logical answer to that is, “No…not really.”

But this woman was determined, and she made it work. Lives by the USPS mantra, “If it fits, it ships.”

Our suspect’s co-conspirator exited the store first.

A short time later, the woman you see in the video went past all of the cash registers and out the front door without paying for any of it.

Security confronted the woman about her receipt…but she had none. She said she did, but she couldn’t prove that she did. That’s because she didn’t have one.

The other woman grabbed all of the stolen electronics out of the cart (minus the TV) and put them in their car. Then both women got in the car and fled. Store security was able to keep them from taking the TV though.

Now we’re trying to identify the woman. The security video is quite good, and we’re sure someone will recognize her.

Quite the bold attempt she made—trying to steal a TV that’s as big, if not bigger than she is.

If you know the names of these suspects.

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