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Crimestoppers: JPD seeking ID on suspected video game thief

Shoplifting suspect (Source: Jonesboro Police) Shoplifting suspect (Source: Jonesboro Police)
Shaun Oguinn (Source: Jonesboro Police) Shaun Oguinn (Source: Jonesboro Police)
Michael King (Source: Jonesboro Police) Michael King (Source: Jonesboro Police)
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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

At $50 to $60 for a new video game, the money adds up fast.

Jonesboro police said they have a woman on camera stealing thousands of dollars of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games.

Jonesboro police said she is on video at a local Walmart on more than one occasion stealing the games.

In each case, the detective on the case and Walmart said she is grabbing games and putting them in her purse.

Jonesboro police said she has stolen over $3,000 worth of video games so far.

On Warrant Watch this week, JPD asked for help to find two men.

Michael King has eleven warrants. 

Shaun O’Guinn has an even dozen.  

If you can help police in any of these cases, call in that tip to Crimestoppers anonymously at 935-STOP or text it to 24637.

In the message, type in 935stop, followed by your tip.

Hit send and you'll get a message back from Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip number.  

This is yours to keep for any future reward.

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