Springdale Police Department Seeks Walmart Theft Suspects

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The suspects pictured to the right are wanted in connection with a shoplifting offense at Walmart on Pleasant Street in Springdale, according to Lt. Derek Hudson with the Springdale Police Department.

They reportedly used the self checkout and failed to scan around $50 in items.

If anyone has information, they are asked to call the Springdale Police Department at 479-751-4542. They can also call the northwest Arkansas Crimestoppers at 790-TIPS.


  • butofficer

    Do you only pay with a card at the self check out? If so, then they should know who there are from the card infomation…right?

    I used the check out a couple of times, didn’t care for it because you can make a mistake accidently. I doubt that’s not the case here since it’s $50,
    But they need to make some changes with that thing.

  • John

    Rat alley trash.

    They are likely broke and need to get high.

    Is what they do is shoplift and then sell the stolen item at a pawn shop, or take it back to another wal mart.

    Thieves like this often are run always, at least the female.

    If they are doing crime like wal mart, then you can be sure that they are also tying to take things from unlocked cars, etc.

    Hopefully the young girl can get caught and get help before she totally ruins her life.

    Please pray for her safety and that God touches them to come clean and get a job.

  • Aaron Trinkle

    Looks like Walmart real problem is not having cashiers at the check outs. If they did they would not have this problem. The Self-check outs do nothing but takes away someone’s job and they can reap more profits.

    • barbed_wire83

      When I only have a few items, I prefer self-checkouts so the people with more items than me can use a checker who is able to scan things more quickly.

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