Each canister is a cardboard cylinder that is about 5 inches long and 1 inch in diameter. The TNT logo, the words “Red, White & Blue Smoke” and the UPC number 027736036561 appear on the packaging. They retail for about $5. They were sold in Ohio at .
Returning merchandise to a store rarely gets a shopper arrested, but that's what happened Monday to a Lincolnton woman who tried to return underwear , magazines and dozens of other items to a local Walmart , Lincolnton Police say. The problem? Kimberly .
Another one of Walmart's Neighborhood Market stores is set to shut its doors for good. Phillip Keene, a spokesman ... About 70 jobs will be affected, but all of the store's employees will be offered transfer options at nearby Walmart locations . Walmart.
39;I wasn't going to let him get away with it': Dramatic moment pregnant woman ran down a fleeing man 'who stole purse ... Daily Mail.
Deputies said Kiear Ellis, 24, and another woman had left the children inside the car and went into the Walmart , where they were arrested on charges of shoplifting. Neither woman mentioned they had children in a car, WTVR reported. Ellis is charged.
Rabid consumers from across New York, the U.S., and the world were snapping up Tommy Hilfiger underwear and Keurig coffee machines and Macy's Hotel Collection bedding, leaving a trail of empty boxes, strewn sweaters, and toppled clothing racks in their.
GARFIELD, N.J. — More than two dozen puppies were rescued from a van parked outside the Walmart store in Garfield on Saturday, animal welfare officials said Sunday. The puppies had been flown in to Newark Liberty International Airport from Colombia .
Heidi Zak, the founder of the online start-up ThirdLove, spent three years building her line of bras and underwear to include 59 sizes. Now they're testing ... Zak is among online retailers who are culling customer complaints, preferences and.
CBS12) — A 38-year-old man from Lake Park is facing numerous criminal charges after admitting to police to taking upskirt photos of young women at a local Walmart . Jupiter Police arrested ... Eight photos showed women in their underwear . Authorities.
A woman shopping in Minnesota was stopped and accused of shoplifting by Walmart loss prevention as she was exiting the store. The problem; she didn't steal anything. Gina Lescarbeau, 45, pulled out her phone and decided to Facebook Live the exchange .
Three women were arrested after authorities said the trio tried to take nearly $300 worth of underwear from a Wal-Mart store, according to a police report. Dominique Nicole Nance, 19, Keyana Lenette Burris, 18, and Shionna Marie Myers, 18, are each charged.
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