Sam's Club Theft Suspect Identified

Mar 18, 2021 at 03:02 pm by WGNS


UPDATE: Murfreesboro Detectives have now identified the man who allegedly stole several Ryzen gaming computers from Sam’s Club on John R. Rice Blvd. The thefts occurred over a two-day period.

On Feb. 19, 2021 the man is accused of putting a Ryzen gaming computer inside a cardboard box that originally contained cups. He used another customer’s Sam’s Club membership for the purchase of what the cashier thought was cups.

The next day, he reportedly returned and loaded three Ryzen gaming computers and a Night Owl camera system into a large cardboard box that originally contained a water heater. This time, the same man reportedly pushed the cart out of Sam's, passing all cashier's.

The subject left both times in a red mid-2000’s Nissan Titan pick-up truck.

Police now confirm that the suspect has been identified. The MPD told WGNS on Thursday,  "The individual who stole several Ryzen gaming computers from Sam's Club on Feb. 19 has been identified. There are active warrants in Murfreesboro for his arrest."