Quick Change Scam ends with Alleged Theft of $1,000

Jun 14, 2022 at 07:40 pm by WGNS

What appears to have been a quick-change scam ended with a Walmart customer allegedly stealing $1,000. The incident was reported at the Walmart on Old Fort Parkway late last month.


Now, MPD Detectives need assistance identifying a person of interest in the 'quick cash scam' fraud . Evidently, the customer was able to confuse the Walmart clerk during the cash transaction which allowed her to walk away with the $1,000

If you can help identify this person (above), please contact Detective Ray Daniel at 629-201-5512 or email your tips to crimetips@murfreesborotn.gov.

Source: MPD

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