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FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) - Police say a man loaded up his cart with groceries then went through the self check-out at the Wal-Mart Marketplace on Florence Boulevard.   However, without a clerk around, detectives say the man didn't use the pay option.

Detectives say the suspect took Wal-Mart’s low-price guarantee to a new meaning, when he went straight for the sacks, bagging his food, without ever ringing it up.

The man can be seen on surveillance video pushing his full cart out the door, then loading the stolen groceries into his white SUV.

In this week's Shoals Area Most Wanted, Florence investigators want John Hood behind bars.  Hood is accused of fraudulently using a credit card around the Shoals.

Next, a Franklin County grand jury handed down an indictment for Stephanie Phillips.  Phillips is accused of theft of property.

Russellville police say Tonya McMickin is also accused of theft of property.

If you can help detectives put any of the most wanted behind bars, or lead police to the man wanted for the grocery store thefts, leave an anonymous tip on the Shoals Area Crime Stoppers tipline:  256-386-8685.  If the information leads to an arrest, it could be worth a cash reward.

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