Man in ‘money shirt’ accused of taking things without paying

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. – Police are looking for the man accused of taking hundreds of dollars worth of designer eyeglass frames from a West End store. Henrico Police released a photo of the “subject responsible for this crime.”

He is described as a black male with no hair, approximately 5’9”, wearing a black t-shirt.

The glasses were stolen June 23 and July 9 from an eye care business in the 400 block of Westhampton Station, police said. The Virginia Eye Institute is located along that block.

Anyone with information about the crimes is asked to call  Henrico Police at (804) 501-5000 or Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000.


  • Mike

    Please keep your comments limited to how the frames probably weren’t worth much. And give the guy a break. Let him have his day in court.

    This is in reference to the comments left about the guy who stole from the Jefferson hotel.

  • Robbie

    Probably an outstanding member of the Lions Club helping the needy people with their vision issues. Again, another bad rap for a brother.

  • paula

    He stole the frame. What was he going to do about the lens? Was he going to steal them too. You get free glasses when you in jail but he won’t get designers.

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