Local Thief Gets Away With $1000 Worth Of Cigarettes

The Springfield Police department is asking for the public’s help…
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 Smokey Barn News, February 18, 2014

Local Thief Gets Away With $1000 Worth Of Cigarettes

The Springfield Police department is asking for the public’s help identifying this man.  On February 12th an unknown suspect broke into Murphy’s Oil located at 3414 Tom Austin Hwy, next to Wal-Mart.  Once inside the business the suspect took over $1000 in cigarettes.  The Springfield Police would like to speak to the gentleman in these photos.

Anyone with information in encouraged to call Springfield Police at 615-384-8422 or Crime stoppers at: 615 382-3799. All information is anonymous and Crime stoppers will pay up to $1000 for information leading to an indictment.

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  1. Jackets 98

    This guy has one of the worst hairdos on smokey barn ever. Going around looking like him ought to be a crime… Looks like he is high on something and screams

    Sorry to hear Walmart did not get to sell more poor people cancer causing cigarettes that day, after taking 20k plus a day in food stamps. People are getting five hundred dollars in free food stamps. Money. Money. Money.

    The best question is did he smoke them all yet or are there some discounts smokes being sold and bartered on the streets of Springfield despite having been crammed down his shirt next to his disgusting sweaty smelly body. …

    By the time these smokes travel through to the final user by trading for ebt cards, food and drugs, just imagine all the jobs this guy created and how this helps drive the local economy and government expenditures. Not to mention we will have to give him a lawyer, pay for him to stay in jail, guard, house and feed him (also give him medical treatment) for the next 11 months and 29 days if not longer.(face it, he ain’t getting probation and has probably broken in a bunch of places and is probably on probation parole already.) if he has kids they could be going into state custody. Sort of a trickle down effect on the economy due to this person’s criminality. By the times it’s over it’s going to cost the taxpayers enough to buy this guy a nice house at the legacy.