VIDEO: Wanted woman captured multiple times on Walmart security cameras

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RICHMOND, Va. – Police released security camera video of a woman accused of using a stolen credit card to buy $2,000 worth of gift cards at Walmart. The crime happened March 6, 2014 at the Walmart on Sheila Lane, near Chippenham Parkway and Forest Hill Avenue.

The 45-second video released by Richmond Police shows the woman from seven different angles walking in, out and around the Walmart store.

Anyone who can identify this woman is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.


  • mbaker9105

    Worthless person. Courtesy enough to use the trash can, but doesn’t care about stealing 2,000 bucks of someone else’s hard earned cash. I doubt they catch her. Trash like this usually hangs around with other garbage that won’t rat her out.

  • ketch20too

    My thoughts exactly Rob Sterling. Doesn’t seem like it would take a genius to become suspicious.

  • Mark

    Hell like most cams i mean dont get me wrong its clear nearly high tech but you cant identify people with blurry face. I mean i guess way people are so racist around here black and white is best identify her. She looks like she can be white but at sametime she could be hispanic. I know alot of hispanic women that has her hair style. But shoot straight to point how can we identify this person period the face is to blurred and im sure she isnt wearing same clothes and have same hair style right now. Walmart suppose to be 5 star retailer they should best in class for camera and i know they got clearer ones

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