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Shoplifter keeps taking Advil from CVS

Monday, Sept. 3, 2012 9:05 PM
Last updated 9:49 PM
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Repeat headaches – or good resale value – has kept a shoplifter returning to CVS for bottles of Advil, according to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office report.

Monday afternoon, a CVS pharmacy employee called the sheriff’s office after reviewing surveillance video from the Walton Way pharmacy the night before. According to Deputy William H. Hensley III’s report, a man of medium build who was wearing a yellow shirt, blue jeans and a black hat, is pictured taking three bottles of Advil pain reliever and leaving the store without paying.

According to the employee, the same man has been in the store several times and each time he has stolen Advil.

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Tullie
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Tullie 09/04/12 - 05:34 am
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Put his picture out there..let's see if anyone knows this thief.

seenitB4
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seenitB4 09/04/12 - 05:45 am
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Save some

He will need those pills in jail....headaches yaknow.

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