Thursday, April 26, 2012

Robinson suspected in more thefts.

Courtesy The Milton Herald

MILTON, Ga. – Marcus Tyrone Robinson, 31, of Decatur, who was reported last week as having abandoned his 12-year-old son to face shoplifting charges, is again suspected in more thefts from the Target on Ga. 9.

Store employees said they reviewed surveillance footage from April 4 and saw a man identified as Lance A. Washington-Roscoe, 31, of Stockbridge, allegedly pick up a $600 Bose sound system and walk out the door. Washington-Roscoe then went to a red car, pulled out of a parking spot and waited. Meanwhile, a man suspected of being Robinson loitered in the aisle of the stolen sound system, then left the store, getting into the same vehicle as the other man. Footage shows Robinson and Washington-Roscoe arriving together.

Police suspect Washington-Roscoe of being involved in another theft from the same Target back in February. Fulton County Sheriff's records show Washington-Roscoe was arrested April 10 on a Henry County warrant and felony shoplifting.

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