Posted by on June 13, 2021 5:37 pm

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cat milk bandit

State Police in Schuylkill Haven are asking for the public’s help with information about a recent shoplifting incident.

According to information they released on Sunday morning, a woman was shopping at the BG’s Value Market in Pine Grove Township on the morning of May 28.

Store surveillance cameras captured images of the woman remove a single container of Whiskas Catmilk from a 3-pack of the product. She then put the single container of cat milk in the left pocket of her shorts and leave the store without paying for it.

The 3-pack of Catmilk sells for $3.69.

whiskas catmilk stolen from pine grove grocery store

(Image: Chewy.com)

The store says the woman left the store property in a white Subaru Legacy.

If you’ve got information on this cat milk bandit, you’re asked to call the Haven barracks at 570-593-2000. Reference incident # PA21-767605.

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One response to Police Seek Help Identifying Cat Milk Bandit

  1. Anon E. Mouse June 16th, 2021 at 3:06 pm

    I watched a video of a guy go into a Walgreens in San Fran – fill up a garbage bag full of items from the shelf – throw them on a bicycle that he rode into the store – all the while under the watchful eye of store security and then ride his bicycle out the door. And we’re looking for a woman who stole some food for her cat. What is going on!!!

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