FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. -- The Clay County Sheriff's Office wants to put some names to the faces of two people who investigators believe stole from Walmart.
One image shows a man pushing a cart full of stolen items out of the store on the morning of January 12. Detectives say he left in a truck with another man. This happened just before 7 a.m. All investigators know is the two left in an older model truck. The thief managed to get away with an LG television, an ASUS computer, a JBL sound bar, and several smaller items from the store shelf.
It's one of two cases of grand theft under investigation at that store.
Investigators say someone walked off with an Xbox game system, an ASUS computer, an HP computer, and two towels worth a total of about $1,900.
According to detectives, the surveillance video from January 20 showed a woman putting the items into her shopping cart. Investigators say she walked out the front door, loaded the items into a truck and drove off. Authorities say she appeared to be a woman in her 30s with blonde hair. She wore a yellow t-shirt and blue jeans. Her truck appeared to be dark in color.
Deputies later found three anti-theft devices on the side of County Road 220 in front of the CVS drug store. A witness told investigators they saw a woman get out of a silver colored, full-sized four door truck and toss the items into the ditch near the CVS store.
Investigators don't believe the cases are related.
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