Not only did this gent have an interesting method of shoplifting shoes, but he took orders by text! As reported by www.fox41.com:
An arrest report for 36-year-old Sean A. Harrington lists him as “not employed,” but some may say that’s debatable after reading the description of his alleged crimes. Police say he was caught stealing merchandise from Rack Room Shoes on S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., near Six Mile Lane, on Friday afternoon. According to the report, Harrington was allegedly, “concealing shoes down the front of his pants” and left the store without paying.
That can’t be too comfortable …
From there, he allegedly proceeded to a Marshalls clothing store, and allegedly stole clothing valued at $99.95.
Police eventually caught up with Harrington and arrested him.
Let’s go to the videotape …
When a security at Rack Room Shoes reviewed their surveillance records, they discovered that Harrington had stolen a total of $539.89 worth of goods from their store between April 17 and May 20.
And how did the police figure out he was taking orders? Easily.
Upon Harrington’s arrest, police were able to examine his cell phone — and they made a significant discovery. The arrest report states that the phone, “had numerous text messages of others ordering merchandise from [Harrington], who would then go out and steal specific items.”
He was charged with receipt of stolen property and theft by unlawful taking.
Here’s the source.