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2 charged in Madison Walmart thefts

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A pair of suspects is accused of trying to sneak hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from a Madison Walmart.

According to the arrest warrant, Earnisha Waters, Virginia McLaughlin and two other people were in the self-checkout line at the store on Gallatin Avenue.

An employee saw the two pay for some of the items but hid others in the grocery bags to make it look like they paid for them.

Police said the total value of the stolen goods was more than $679.

Both Waters and McLaughlin are charged with felony theft.

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