Man breaks Walmart case with crowbar
November 8, 2016
Authorities are seeking the identity of a man, who borrowed a crowbar from the tools section of the Topsy Walmart to pry open a case in the sporting goods section early on the morning of Oct. 12.
According to the Douglas County Sherif's Office, the man entered the WalMart at 3 a.m., took off his jacket and walked to the sporting goods section.
He attempted to open a locked glass case, but was unsuccessful. He then obtained a crowbar from the tools section and used it to pry open the case and removed what was inside.
Investigators said he left without paying.
He was described as a white male adult, possibly 25-35 years of age with dark short hair. He wore dark framed glasses and was heavy set. He was wearing a dark jacket, tee shirt and blue jeans.
A reward is being offered to anyone with information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of the suspect. Your identity is not needed and you will remain anonymous. Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to call DCSO Dispatch at 782-5126 or Douglas County Secret Witness at 782-7463 or DCSO Investigator Ed Garren at 782-9907.
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