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Athens police searching for TV thieves

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Courtesy: Daily Post Athenian Courtesy: Daily Post Athenian
ATHENS, TN (WRCB) -

Police in Athens are looking for three men they say just walked out of Walmart with two large-screen televisions.

It happened just after 8:00 a.m. Thursday.  You can see one of the three men carting off the goods in surveillance pictures.

They walked straight to the Electronics Department, loaded up two 42-inch TVs and walked straight out of the store.

The 3 men met up at a maroon GMC Envoy and sped off.  Witnesses say the men grabbed some other items on the way out.


Read more on this story at the Daily Post Athenian.        

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