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A Georgia man is being praised for its good timing, after he was caught on video, with the help of shopping cart, help the police nab a shoplifting suspect in a Walmart parking lot.
A quick-thinking good Samaritan appeared to be the exact time that the defendant would have, in the past, have a cart to push to the front of the pad in the video,, Peachtree City Police Department, which released last week.
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The video will show in the cart, knocking the suspect to the ground, allowing the officers to catch up and arrest him. An officer’s blow to the public, the do-gooder on the shoulder as the others, will help you choose the items that fell out of his wagon.
The incident happened last month at a Home Depot in Peachtree City, about 30 miles south of Atlanta. The suspect had taken items from the store, and ran into the nearby Walmart parking lot, FOX5 Atlanta reported.
The police later identified the shoplifting suspect as 41-year-old Mark Smith, was at the train station. He was charged with felony shoplifting and obstruction.
While the police and the appreciation of the helping hand, and they have advised that any potential do-gooders to think of their own safety and security before you get into a police situation.
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Again, while we are eternally grateful to you, for this is a citizen’s quick thinking and perfect timing, we have never encourage anybody to interfere with a police situation,” the department wrote on Facebook. “If the decision is to be taken in order to do so, you may want to consider the safety of yourself and everyone around you is going to be a priority.”