Suncoast: Attempted Theft at Liquor Store – Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC

 

 

CCSO

 

Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call at the Port Charlotte Sam’s Club liquor store regarding an attempted theft and employees being sprayed with a chemical agent.

 

At approximately 4:30pm on Monday, December 6, three females entered the liquor store and began to fill a cart. Once they had loaded the cart with large amounts of Patron and Hennessey and taken the cart to the register, the individuals stepped outside and had a conversation that was believed to be about payment. Upon re-entering, the females asked the clerk at the register to remove and void some of the bottles from the sale.

 

Surveillance Photos of Suspects and Vehicle

 

As the clerk was performing this task, one of the females sprayed the clerk in the face and eyes with a chemical agent and attempted to pull the cart out of the store. However, another clerk grabbed the cart and prevented the theft. At that time, the three females fled the store and drove off in a white sedan bearing with a temporary tag.

 

The clerks were treated at the scene by Charlotte County EMS. CCSO is investigating, and ask that anyone with information regarding the identity of these individuals call the non-emergency line.

 

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