WANTED: Police identify woman who shoplifted nearly $800 in vodka, toilet paper
GONZALES - Police are looking for a thief who loaded her cart with hundreds of dollars worth of alcohol and toilet paper and strolled out of the store without paying.
The Gonzales Police Department says the theft happened May 12 at an area Walmart. Photos released by the department show the woman carting around a trove of vodka and large packs of toilet paper.
On Thursday, that suspect was identified as 31-year-old Jana Snowden of Baton Rouge.
Police say she walked out with 21 bottles of Tito's Vodka and five total cases of Scott's and Cotton Comfort toilet paper. The items carried a combined worth of $784.05.
Snowden then allegedly fled the store in a dark-colored sedan.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact police at 225-647-9572.
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