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Man Steals Diapers, Wipes from Winter Haven Walmart — Now Facebook Users Want to Pay for Them

Man Steals Diapers, Wipes from Winter Haven Walmart — Now Facebook Users Want to Pay for Them

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ID #21-427 Credit Winter Haven Police Department

ID #21-427 Credit Winter Haven Police Department

The Facebook post by the Winter Haven Police Department asking for help finding a man who allegedly stole from Walmart is gaining a lot of attention, with thousands of people offering to pay for the items taken.

Winter Haven Police Department Facebook Post

So when your card is declined and you try another one with the same result, that is NOT license to just walk out with the items anyway.

The guy in the picture (poor little kids had no idea) went to Walmart (7450 Cypress Gardens Blvd) on Sept. 15 around 4:30 p.m. and selected items ultimately heading to the self-checkout lanes. He scans the items, attempts to pay and the card is declined several times. He walks out of the store leaving the items behind. (He evidently left the children with someone outside because they are not with him the second time.)

He comes back in with a different card. That card was also declined several times. BUT… he allegedly decides to take the items anyway.

He was seen entering a white SUV, possibly a Chevy Trailblazer.

If you know the name of this suspect.

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