It seems that Walmart doesn’t mind seeing its merchandise walk out the door, but the chain wants it be be paid for first.
Read what happened to an employee of the Harvard Walmart when he decided he didn’t have to pay:
On 04-07-13 at 0001 hrs. Kenneth D. Richter (m-19 yoa) of 119 Bullard St. Poplar Grove was arrested for theft after he allegedly took multiple electronic items from Harvard Wal-Mart while working there.
Richter was charged with three counts of felony theft and transported to the County jail in lieu of bond.