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WAFF 48 Crime Stoppers: Now you see it, now you don't

A man walked into a toy store.

But he was playing an adult game of "now you see it, now you don't".

This was an unbelievably simple theft of a TV at the Toys R Us on North Parkway in Huntsville April 16th.

He didn't even appear to break stride.

He headed straight for the electronics department, picked up a tv still in the box, and headed straight for the door.

And nobody even gave him a second look.

Once he got outside, the man actually hailed a taxi cab.

He put the stolen tv in the cab, got in and took off.

The suspect is described as a black man, early 20's, approximately 6 feet tall.

Hopefully you recognize him on your TV, caught in the act of **stealing** a TV.

If you do, 53-crime is the number to call.

If your anonymous tip leads to his arrest, you'll be eligible for up to a thousand dollars in reward money.

That 53-Crime line has been hot so far this week.

Travis Lamar Ward, wanted for 2nd degree rape, isn't a threat anymore.

He's been arrested.

The same for Xavier Marquez Allen, who's been arrested for selling cocaine.

And Dwight Anthony Harris, wanted for unlawful breaking and entering into a vehicle, has been cuffed and booked.

Justin Jeremiah Medders is wanted for allegedly beating his victim, to steal his wallet, leaving the victim with bleeding of the brain.

Traci Ann Hill knows about that beating.

She's wanting for allegedly helping to rob that victim after the beating.

Chad Michael Hinton is wanted for 5 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

And Arteka Jennings Cannon is wanted for illegal possession of a credit card.

We'd like to salute Hiwaay Internet Services, the Men's Fraternal Order of Eagles #3263 and Bubba's Catering Service for supporting Crimestoppers.

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