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UPDATE: This Darwin Award winner has been identified.

 

Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station officials are asking residents for help in identifying an individual wanted for questioning.

On June 22, 2015, at approximately 4:30 PM, the individual pictured here entered a local business in the 24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway in the Santa Clarita Valley.

He selected several items of merchandise, removed the packaging and concealed the items in his pants pockets. The subject quickly walked toward the front of the store, past the open registers and out the front door without paying for the items.

He was contacted by loss prevention personnel and returned the stolen items. While being escorted back to the office for processing, the subject struggled with the loss prevention officers and ran from the location.

If you recognize the below pictured individual, please contact the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station

If you have information please contact:

Detective O’Brien PHONE: 661-255-1121 ext. 2317

 

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115 Comments

  1. Mike Peeples Mike Peeples says:

    Dude that’s Anthony Kiedis… Give it away, give it away now!

  2. Mike Peeples Mike Peeples says:

    Dude that’s Anthony Kiedis… Give it away, give it away now!

  3. I think his name is Anthony Resignio? I could be wrong though

  4. I think his name is Anthony Resignio? I could be wrong though

  5. Brad Bergman Brad Bergman says:

    So target got hit ahain, they should RENT a RENT A COP

  6. Brad Bergman Brad Bergman says:

    So target got hit ahain, they should RENT a RENT A COP

  7. Why chase him stuff is insured? Now if it was a stolen purse ya….

  8. I’m glad not the only one who thought it was him!!

  9. Liz Campo Liz Campo says:

    Douchebag.. people like this have no morals. Our world is getting worse and worse by the minute

  10. Oh my goodness!! Ones shooing nobody else saw it!! It’s totally Anthony Kiedis!!!

  11. He walked right… through the doooorrrr. Walked right through the door!

  12. Cory from Trailer Park Boys.

  13. Why is it always from the same business? These doors seem familiar.

  14. he stole from a multi billion dollar company. I’m sure they can afford a minor loss. if I see this guy I’ll tell you, I’ve never seen him.

  15. Same place I got robbed. In the parking lot. The detective did nothing. I investigated myself and they still didn’t get anything accomplished. Now I have permanent damage to my knees from this. Thanks scv sheriff’s.

  16. Lauren Derma Lauren Derma says:

    Haha I know this kid he used to be my neighbor back in the day can’t remember his name though

  17. Rich N Winni Rich N Winni says:

    Whaaat? Stealing condoms again?!

  18. Rich N Winni Rich N Winni says:

    Whaaat? Stealing condoms again?!

  19. He is wearing a Pasadena city college shirt.. haha hahaha that says something

  20. He is wearing a Pasadena city college shirt.. haha hahaha that says something

  21. Alan Reno Alan Reno says:

    Target? Who steals from Target? Let him go – poor fella.

  22. Alan Reno Alan Reno says:

    Target? Who steals from Target? Let him go – poor fella.

  23. What did he steal, a hallmark card? I’ve heard local police ignore theft from residents. They sure jump on corporate theft.

  24. I had my iPhone 6 stolen from my purse while in the checkout line. Loss prevention turned in over to the sherif. They have her and her son (young)on video doing the crime and her license plate.
    Still waiting for a response from the sheriff – I’ve written it off now. But if it’s from Target they would have gotten on it!

  25. Francine Dos Remedios it’s Anthony Kiedis in the SCV!!! BWAHAH!

  26. Jim Oge Jr Jim Oge Jr says:

    Cocky little douche

  27. Don Hoffman Don Hoffman says:

    They should have set up a roadblock on the way to AV… probably woulda caught him on his way home…

  28. if it was worth $950 or less, it is just a misdemeanor….basically a ticket…unless he uses a gun , law enforcement cant do much thanks to prop 47 that was passed in Nov 2014…since the thiefs know there will be no punishment, what is the detirment to commiting crimes !!

  29. if it was worth $950 or less, it is just a misdemeanor….basically a ticket…unless he uses a gun , law enforcement cant do much thanks to prop 47 that was passed in Nov 2014…since the thiefs know there will be no punishment, what is the detirment to commiting crimes !!

  30. I didn’t know Anthony from the chili peppers even knew where awesome town was! Dang kid you have cash. Dont steal fool!

  31. Janet Saliba Janet Saliba says:

    Angiee Morales-Suarez have your hubby buy u a purse that zipps up.

  32. UPDATE: This Darwin Award winner has been identified.

  33. UPDATE: This Darwin Award winner has been identified.

  34. Darwin Awards go only to people who have been killed due to their own stupidity (like the two guys who died over the weekend by setting off fireworks from their own heads) — and hopefully before they contaminate the gene pool by breeding.

    Merely being a thief, even if a stupid one, doesn’t qualify one for such an “honor.”

  35. Darwin Awards go only to people who have been killed due to their own stupidity (like the two guys who died over the weekend by setting off fireworks from their own heads) — and hopefully before they contaminate the gene pool by breeding.

    Merely being a thief, even if a stupid one, doesn’t qualify one for such an “honor.”

  36. Ron Bozarth says:

    Most comments are trite. Any success in finding this guy? Why is it soooooo easy to get away with crime in Santa Clarita? The Sheriffs show up (5+ cars) for any little call BUT seemingly spend toooo much time at 7-11 to capture real criminals… truth…

  37. Theo Howard Theo Howard says:

    He’s not technically a Darwin award winner unless he removed himself from the gene pool by death or sterilization….

  38. Theo Howard Theo Howard says:

    He’s not technically a Darwin award winner unless he removed himself from the gene pool by death or sterilization….

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