Rogers Police Seek Walmart Theft Suspects

Walmart Theft Suspects

The Rogers Police Department is asking the public to help identify two Walmart theft suspects, according to a post on their Facebook page.

On June 1 at 5:35 p.m., the subjects pictured at right and below entered a Walmart located at 2110 W. Walnut St. in Rogers and consumed merchandise they later left without paying for, the Facebook post states.

If anyone can identify the suspects, they are encouraged to call the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141 or the Crimestoppers Tip Line at 790-TIPS.

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7 comments

  • Michelle

    How much could they have possibly eaten to warrant plastering their pictures on the news? Is Wal-Mart a big sponsor of this news station or something?

    • Get Real

      Gee Michelle, if it were something of yours these thieves took, I imagine you would sing a different tune. Stealing is stealing is stealing, and thieves like these raise the cost of living for everyone.

  • Faith

    Well they have to do something to deter people who pull that stunt. It seems petty in the long run that stuff really ads up! My Grandmother would grab a bag of grapes and while she shopped munch on them until she got to the check out then should would hand the stems to the poor cashier and make a guess as to how much they weighed! So one trip the manager walks over and grabs two bunches of grapes weighs them and charges her for them. He said he had to be certain that she wasn’t underpaying so she could pay or go in for shop lifting. She paid for them. He then joked in the future they needed to weigh her at the door when she came in and again when she left lol. She never snacked while shopping again lol. On a more serious note what she was doing was stealing and the employees can be fired or wrote up when these incidents happen very often.

    • Arnold Fudpucker

      Great story! Good lesson too. Hit them early and hard and you got a chance to turn them around. Coddle and excuse like the libs do and you create a monster.

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