SCSO Needs Help Identifying Short Change Artist

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The Jenny Lind Express convenience store in Jenny Lind was
struck by a short change artist.  The owner of the store reported two
individuals (an African American male and an African American female) came
into the store.  An initial purchase was made with a
$50 bill for a soft drink.  The clerk made the change.  

​The man began to ask for other monies to be exchanged and by
the time the man was done $650 was missing from the store cash register.
 The two left the store in an unknown direction in silver Cadillac SUV.

​The store owner reported she also owns a store near Moffett, Oklahoma and a similar event occurred there as well recently.  

​SCSO is asking for the public’s help.  “We need the public to help us identify the two people involved,” said SCSO Captain Pevehouse. If you have any information or know the identity of the people, please call SCSO at 479-783-1051.  Callers do not have to give their name.

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Tammy Teague

Tammy Teague

Mansfield native, with roots in Scott County. Daughter, sister, wife and Christian. Education: 1995 MHS graduate; 1999 Arkansas Tech University Graduate - BA in Journalism. Career: Managing Editor - The Citizen; Copy Writer - Southwest Times Record; 20+ years experience in the news.

One Reply to “SCSO Needs Help Identifying Short Change Artist”

  1. MizM says:

    How did this happen, unless they reached into the register?

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