This is the man Acworth cops say walked out of a Walmart with a cart full of items, more than $500 worth.
Photo: Acworth police department
Photo: Acworth police department

Cobb cops seek man who walked out of Walmart with a full cart

It appears a man recently walked out of a Walmart in Cobb County with a cart full of items — but no receipt.

Acworth police are asking for help finding a man who shoplifted more than $500 of items from the store, which amounts to a felony.

The department posted a picture of the man to Facebook on Monday.


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This is the Ford Expedition that Acworth cops say a shoplifter drove off in on Feb. 3, 2018.
Photo: Acworth Police Department

The post said the alleged crime happened about 3 p.m. on Feb. 3 at the 3826 Cobb Pkwy. location.

He left in a Ford Expedition, specifically a model made between 1999 and 2002, cops said.

Anyone with information can call Acworth police at 770-974-1232.


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