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Woman caught on camera stealing slow-dispensing cash in Dalton

If you recognize the suspect or have information about this incident, you are asked to please contact Detective Brian Shirley at 706-278-9085, extension 9185. (Images: Dalton Police Dept./MGN)

UPDATE: Dalton Police say they have identified the woman they say took $100 from a Walmart self-checkout register Friday.

The woman has contacted a Dalton detective on the case.


PREVIOUSLY:

Dalton Police are looking for a woman who was caught on camera taking advantage of a crime of opportunity.

DPD spokesman Bruce Frazier says it all stemmed from a cash dispenser that wasn't working properly.

This happened Wednesday at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on West Walnut Avenue.

Frazier says the victim tried to get $100 cash back from the self-checkout station, but there was a lag in the system, and the victim got tired of waiting and left.

$100 popped out of the dispenser a short time later.

But the victim later discovered a $100 debit on his account and came back to the store.

Employees checked the surveillance video, which showed a woman with dyed blonde hair use the checkout next and take the money.

The woman then left the store without trying to speak to any store employee or try to find the rightful owner of the money.

Frazier says the woman left the store in a vehicle that appeared to be a silver 2003-2007 Toyota Corolla S model sedan.

If you recognize the suspect or have information about this incident, you are asked to please contact Detective Brian Shirley at 706-278-9085, extension 9185.

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