As thefts go, it is pretty straightforward. The thief walks right into the shop, steals the item and walks right back out. Well, at least that is how it goes with humans. This criminal is a little different. He is a canine.
On Christmas day, the four-legged hound sauntered into Smiths Food & Drug Store in Murray, Utah, and, after a brief sniff at checkout, moved straight to aisle 16—the pet aisle. Once there, he casually grabbed a rawhide bone (worth $2.79) and, with it safely clamped between his jaws, headed for the exit.
It was at this point the heist could have gone all wrong for him as he came across the store’s manager, Roger Adamson. Roger told KSL TV, “I have never seen this dog before, he’s a brand-new customer. He didn’t even have his special value card.” Haha!
“I looked at him, and I said, “Drop it.” Then I decided I wanted to keep all my fingers, so I didn’t try to take it from him.”
Adams continues: “He looked at me, and I looked at him, and then he ran for the door and away he went right out the front door.” Looking over the security footage, which captured the entire incident, one shop worker remarked, “You have to see it to believe it, it’s crazy.” Latest reports suggest the four-legged thief is still at large.
Unbelievable! This dog thief is hilarious.
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