HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Crime Stoppers is hoping a tip from you can help them track down a trio of thieves who refused to pay for perfume!
According to Huntsville police, three women entered the Ulta on Bob Wallace Avenue and began selecting a variety of scents. When an employee approached them, all three felt in trouble and left the store with over $2,500 worth of product. Investigators say they left the Ulta Ultra-fast parking lot in a red Hyundai Sonata, with a paper tag that was not registered.
Hillard Obryan Ward is wanted for identity theft. Police say he changed addresses on other people’s credit cards, so he could then reapply on his behalf.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Rebekah Marie Morris, accused of trafficking cocaine.
Heather Lynn Sevigny Walker must turn herself in, charged with trafficking methamphetamine.
Roy Lee Foster is wanted for aggravated criminal harassment. Investigators say he tracked down an old friend and broke into her home.
The Crime Stoppers says David Dewayne Samples has moved to an area where a convicted sex offender he is not legally allowed to live.
If you know anything about Valley’s Wanted from this week, Crime Stoppers would love to have a tip from you. If it leads to an arrest, you could be entitled to up to $1,000. Call 53-CRIME. You can also send your advice by SMS or e-mail.
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