THIEVES TAKE $20K WORTH OF INK-CARTRIDGES FROM WAL-MART !

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THIEVES TAKE $20K WORTH OF INK-CARTRIDGES FROM WAL-MART !

 user 2010-03-22 at 11:04:06 am Views: 67
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    THIEVES TAKE $20K WORTH OF INK CARTRIDGES FROM WAL-MART !
    A Wal-Mart in League City was robbed of $20,000 worth of printer ink cartridges, according to a news report on Ultimate Clear Lake. League City police are currently looking for the suspects.The theft was carried out by two women and another accomplice on March 3rd, but it was only discovered on Thursday after the store’s security officers reviewed surveillance tape. According to League City Police Sgt. John Jordan, two women were seen entering the store and picking out a large green plastic storage bin from the house ware department and loading it into a shopping cart.

    There is nothing quite unusual about that, except that when the women got to the electronics department, they started loading printer ink cartridges into the bin. The “selection process” employed by the women on the cartridges were very unusual; those of us who are “seasoned” cartridge purchasers, so to speak, will most likely go for a specific brand and kind of cartridge, because you can’t just randomly pick out a cartridge and hope that it will work on the machine you have at home.At any rate, these women were described as “just pulling every single one of them off the rack,” as recounted by Jordan.

    They then made full use of the convenience of Wal-Mart and its one-stop shopping experience by making their way to the hardware department to pick up a can of insulating foam. They made their getaway through a fire exit in the lawn and garden department, but not before they had sprayed the speakers of an ant-theft alarm system to muffle the sound that it will make when it is set off after they opened the door.The women left the bin near the door, and it was picked up by a man in a dark green Ford Expedition. All told, 122 ink cartridges were stolen, ranging in value from $13 to $492 each.

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