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On Sunday, October 15, 2023, at approximately 11:30 am, the subject pictured above, arrived at Big Lots in Lexington Park in the pictured maroon Lincoln with temporary tags.

The subject in the photos entered the store while two other associates remained with the vehicle, preparing it to be filled with merchandise.

The suspect proceeded through the store, filling a cart with multiple items, and then walked past all points of sale, failing to pay for any items.

One subject that remained with the vehicle assisted in loading the trunk with the stolen items and all fled in an unknown direction in the maroon Lincoln.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspects and/or this incident is asked to contact Deputy T. Hunsinger #385 at or call 301-475-4200 ext. 8015. Please reference Case # 57822-23.

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I used to cringe when someone would say it's in their nature but damned if they don't work super hard at proving it themselves.


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I used to cringe when someone would say it's in their nature but damned if they don't work super hard at proving it themselves.
Why its the truth and they cant help it their motto is if you cant F@#K break it it or steal it


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"temporary tags" is an easy trick. Just take a picture of someone else's and print one out. As long as they don't commit a traffic violation on the way to/from the crime they are good, just put the real tag back on.

These guys keep coming down from PG, I guess the Walmarts and the Big Lots up there must have put in preventative measures.