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Walmart shoplifting suspect pushes stolen goods out of the store

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CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – Conway Police responded to a shoplifting complaint at Walmart on Church Street, at 7:54 p.m., on October 20, according to the police report.

The report states, the witness received a call around 4:54 p.m., stating that a male suspect, wearing a US Lawns work shirt, was attempting to push unpaid merchandise out of the store through the general merchandise doors.

According to the police report, the witness saw the suspect load the merchandise in a white 2001 Ford Explorer with a South Carolina tag. The suspect later returned to the store, selected additional merchandise, placed the merchandise in a shopping cart and left the store, leaving behind the items in the cart in the home lines department.

The witness later reviewed the CCTV cameras and observed the suspect selecting the same items he originally took out of the store through the general merchandise doors, according to the report.

A county officer located the owner of the vehicle at the address the vehicle is registered to but was unable to locate the vehicle or anyone matching the suspect’s description.

If you have any information contact the Conway Police Department at (843) 248-1790.

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