E'town police say woman left Kroger without paying for cart filled with merchandise
Police are also searching for a man who apparently served as a lookout. A witness says after leaving the store, the pair drove away in a blue or green Dodge Stratus with a temporary tag.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police in Elizabethtown are looking for a man and woman who allegedly walked out of a Kroger store with a cart full of items without paying.
According to a post on the Elizabethtown Police Department's Facebook page, it happened a couple weeks ago, on July 7, around 6:30 p.m. at the Kroger on Towne Drive.
Police say the pair filled the cart with "a large amount of merchandise" before pushing it outside the store without paying for it. According to the post, the man acted as a lookout and gave the woman a signal before she left the store with it.
A witness noticed the cart full of unbagged groceries and followed them to the parking lot where they were seen entering a blue or green Dodge Stratus with a temporary tag.
Right now, police have only one picture of the female suspect. If you think you can identify the woman, you're asked to call Elizabethtown police.
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