Police obtain arrest warrants for women accused in $2K meat theft at H-E-B

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) – The Temple Police Division is asking the general public for aid locating two women of all ages who allegedly stole more than $2,000 in meat from a nearby H-E-B.

Police have issued warrants for Marchea Latonya Brooks, 40, and Latonya Thomas, 53.

Watch: Two females were being recorded as they fought with an H-E-B employee around a cart allegedly containing more than $2,000 in stolen meat items.

The alleged theft occurred Friday, April 15 shortly following 3:30 p.m. at the retailer positioned in the 3000 block of S. 31 Road.

Police reported a retail outlet personnel at first noticed two women leaving the keep with massive portions of unpaid meat products in a searching cart.

Online video footage attained by KWTX reveals a female sporting an H-E-B shirt, in a parking whole lot, trying to take back again the buying cart with meat solutions.

The suspect, having said that, proceeds to hold on to the cart and retains loading meat items into the back of a white Chrysler 300 with paper plates 48632Z4.

The women of all ages have been ultimately equipped to get into the Chrysler 300 and are viewed driving absent.

“It was complete of meat. A great deal of meat,” reported Gilberto Quintero, the male who recorded the footage from inside his auto.

“Then they just drove off, like Bonnie and Clyde,” he stated.

Any individual with facts on their whereabouts is requested to get hold of the Temple Law enforcement Division at 254-298-5500.

You can also file an anonymous report by contacting Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-8477.

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