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Glennville woman's wallet, priceless possessions stolen by customer

(Source: Mascot Pecan Company) (Source: Mascot Pecan Company)
GLENNVILLE, GA (WTOC) -

A Glennville woman lost more than just her credit cards and license when a customer stole her wallet.

She hopes to find the woman to recover some things money can't replace.

You probably worry about having your wallet or purse stolen when you're out shopping but not at work.

Pam McCord waits on customers all day at Mascot Pecan Company. But three Saturdays ago, a woman came in with an order that needed gift wrapping in the back room. What the woman did next shocked McCord when she later saw this footage.

“She went behind the counter and went into my purse and took my wallet,” said McCord.

The woman paid cash and took off leaving only her image behind. Police continue to look for her and the black Mercedes she drove.

“We don't get many like this one. We get them at gas stations, service stations, or places like that. We get shoplifting and thefts there,” said Glennville Police Detective Buddy Barrow.

The woman used McCord's credit card in Glennville and Claxton within minutes of taking them. She says those purchases don't have near the value of what else was in her wallet.

“I had my mom's driver’s license and her social security card in there. I lost my mom a few years ago and I carried those around with me,” McCord said.

She hopes the woman will somehow return those mementos that can't otherwise be replace.

Police urge anyone who has any information about the woman or this case to get in touch with them as soon as possible.

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