Caught On Camera: Man Hides Stolen X-Box Under His Shirt - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Caught On Camera: Man Hides Stolen X-Box Under His Shirt

Posted:
CLOVIS, Calif. (KMPH) -

Clovis Police are looking for three men that they say ripped off a store in the middle of the day. The three men walked into the Clovis Aarons on July 18th and walked out with a stereo and an x–Box they didn't pay for.

Surveillance video from Aarons shows the 3 men walk into the store. Two of them go in one direction; the other guy goes the other way. A few seconds later one of the men walk toward a stereo display. Police say he grabs a stereo and walks out the doors with the stereo's cord dragging behind him.

At the same time the other two guys were walking up to a counter and distracting store employees. One thief walks away, but the other asks for an application. He has an Aarons employee show him furniture. He walks back to the counter, looks for his friend and keeps talking.

During that time the other guy walks out of the store with what police says is an X–Box under his shirt.

"Electronics are typically where you can get better money by selling them illegally on Craigslist or just on the street," says Ty Wood with the Clovis Police Department, "They're easier to handle."

Police did get a picture of the car the three men were driving while the three were trying to steal from a Fresno Aarons. It's a faded gold Saturn, but the license plate is stolen.

If you know who those 3 guys are please call the Clovis Police Department at 559–324–2556. You can also send a message on the police department's Facebook or Twitter pages. Police say you can remain anonymous.

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Clovis Unified Baseball Coach Recovering From West Nile

    Clovis Unified Baseball Coach Recovering From West Nile

    Clovis Unified Teacher and Coach Tim Thiessen has been in the fight for his life against the West Nile Virus. But he's on the mend and KMPH Fox 26 News spent Wednesday afternoon talking about his recovery at San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital."Well I'm coming back. Praise God I'm coming back." Thiessen is a man of faith who spent nearly the entire month of August battling West Nile. Thiessen was in Southern California at a baseball clinic when he began to feel ill. "The ceiling starte...More >>
    Clovis Unified Teacher and Coach Tim Thiessen has been in the fight for his life against the West Nile Virus. But he's on the mend and KMPH Fox 26 News spent Wednesday afternoon talking about his recovery at San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital."Well I'm coming back. Praise God I'm coming back." Thiessen is a man of faith who spent nearly the entire month of August battling West Nile. Thiessen was in Southern California at a baseball clinic when he began to feel ill. "The ceiling starte...More >>
  • Homeless Animals To Get A New Building In Fresno

    Homeless Animals To Get A New Building In Fresno

    It appears stray and homeless animals in Fresno County will be getting a new home. The Fresno County Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday that the county–owned site for the old coroner's office would be the best place for a new animal shelter.More >>
    It appears stray and homeless animals in Fresno County will be getting a new home. The Fresno County Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday that the county–owned site for the old coroner's office would be the best place for a new animal shelter.More >>
  • Evacuations Lifted, Power Back On Following Bass Lake Brush Fire

    Evacuations Lifted, Power Back On Following Bass Lake Brush Fire

    Some people living at Bass Lake lost power and were forced out of their homes by a brush fire that burned about 15 acres Tuesday afternoon.More >>
    Some people living at Bass Lake lost power and were forced out of their homes by a brush fire that burned about 15 acres Tuesday afternoon.More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KMPH. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.