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At approximately 5:41 p.m., on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, the pictured subject entered Advance Auto Parts in California, MD, walked around the store for a short time, selected a set of Honda brand floor mats, and fled from the business, failing to pay for the items.

The suspect is described as a male, approximately six feet tall, with a thin build, bearing distinctive arm tattoos. He left the store, driven by another subject, in an older model gold-colored Honda Accord with an unknown registration.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect and/or this incident is asked to contact Dep. Michael Walker at, or 301-475-4200, ext. 8092. Please reference Case #55241-23.

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I'm aware this thread's a month old but whoa - I used to work there. As a former worker there, these r******* jackasses from Hollywood Auto Tech in Leonardtown were one of the most obnoxious customers we had though - always making me work past my shift because they didn't understand closing hours and wouldn't leave us alone at 5:45 - 15 minutes before my shift was over. Stupid kids. As rude as Agape was, they at least had the decency to leave us alone when it was close to my shift's end. Glad I quit that dump; the keyholder manager was one of - if not THE rudest manager I've ever had to work with, and the commercial managers were never letting me take the longer drives (despite that sometimes I got to go to the beltway rarely), giving me the HEAVIEST loads, and the assistant commercial manager would never let me switch vehicles because I had problems with how filthy it was and/or how poorly it ran... anyone who's ever worked at AAP you probably might have gone through these issues.

Much as I want to say "serves them right" I don't condone crime. I hope this punk gets arrested.

Nevertheless, don't do business with AAP, it's a dying company that. The general and assistant managers at this location though were perfectly fine though.

Sigh... I need to find a new job; hopefully something without heavy lifting or dealing with troublemakers. Got my A+, still need to get a Network+ and Security+; lucky me.