December 26, 2008
Murray, Utah (The Weekly Vice) -- A bone-stealing dog is at large after allegedly trotting into a Utah store, snatching a rawhide bone from the shelf and then making a quick getaway.
Surveillance cameras at Smith's Food & Drug in Murray, Utah captured an unlikely heist, perpetrated by an unlikely suspect. A Four legged suspect to be exact.
On Christmas eve, a dog was seen entering the store through an automatic door. The canine suspect navigated past shoppers and displays while en-route to aisle 16 - the pet supplies aisle.
The suspect allegedly grabbed a $2.79 rawhide bone from the store shelf and then wasted no time exiting the store for a clean getaway.
Store manager, Roger Adamson, was the only store employee standing between the dog and the door.
"I looked at him. I said 'Drop it'", said Adamson. "I decided I wanted to keep all my fingers, so I didn't try to take it from him. He looked at me and I looked at him and he ran for the door and away he went. Right out the door," Adamson added.
The suspect remains at large.
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