WWJD? Man caught on camera stealing Faith Gear jewelry | Crime
What would Jesus do on Easter? Probably not shoplift necklaces with Christian symbols and messages from a local convenience store.
But that’s exactly what Jonesboro police say a man did Sunday morning.
Just before 8 a.m. workers at the Kum & Go, 2515 S. Culberhouse, told police a man dressed in a green t-shirt, a blue zip-up sweatshirt jacket and blue jeans stole several items, including several Faith Gear necklaces valued at $30.
The man was videotaped on the store’s surveillance cameras “shoving merchandise into his front left pocket,” according to Officer Jason Bissett’s report.
The man then left the store on a blue mountain bike headed toward the Willow Apartments located at 726 Southwest Dr.
According to the police report, the man is a frequent visitor to the store and “the suspect’s boyfriend was caught shoplifting at the store within the past year.”
Bissett was unable to make contact with anyone at the home the suspect and his friend reportedly share.