Duo goes on grocery shopping spree at Walmart without paying, Seguin Police say

Pair got away with more than $340 in unpaid merchandise

Seguin police are looking for these suspects accused of stealing more than $340 in groceries from Walmart on Aug. 28, 2022. (Seguin PD)

SEGUIN, Texas – Seguin police said two young men turned themselves in on Monday after police shared photos of them on social media saying they say went on a shopping spree at Walmart without paying.

It happened on Sunday afternoon at the store located at 550 N Hwy 123 Bypass.

Police said the pair went through the self-checkout area with their cart full of merchandise. They bagged up items including bacon, ice cream, Oreos and other household products but then left without paying.

They left the store in a maroon-colored SUV.

Police updated a social media post on Monday afternoon saying both suspects were identified and have turned themselves in.

Anyone with information about any crime in Seguin is asked to call Seguin Police at 830-379-2123. Anonymous tips can be sent through Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers.


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