5 Walmart Employees Accused Of Stealing More Than 20 Televisions From Whitehall Store


UPDATED: Tuesday February 12, 2013 11:04 AM

Five former Whitehall Walmart employees are accused of stealing 23 televisions out the back fire escape door of the store where they were working.

Brian Lucas, Billy Almon, James Williams, William Walker, and Qweon Foster are accused in the theft ring, according to a police report.

Store investigators told police that the five were tracked over nine days taking the TVs valued at $16,000.

The men would allegedly push the televisions on a cart through a broken fire exit door and then pull a car around to load up the TV.

Store officials said that Lucas, Williams, and Foster were caught in the act.

Walmart said the men were terminated from their positions.

Williams appeared in court on Tuesday where his bond was set at $10,000.

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