Christopher Kozlowski Walked Into Home Depot, Loaded Up A Cart With $120 Worth Of Merchandise And Attempted To Leave The Store Without Paying | August 15
York County, NY: What started as a trip to Home Depot for building supplies ended in an arrest for Florida man Christopher Kozlowski.
According to reports, on August 12 around 7:30 p.m., police were dispatched to the Home Depot in the 2900 block of East Market Street in York for a reported retail theft.
A Home Depot employee told police he observed Kozlowski enter the store, go to the building section, select four items valued at $129.92, and loaded them onto a cart.
Kozlowski then pushed the cart out of the exit of the store without paying for the merchandise.
According to the criminal complaint, the Home Depot employee apprehended Kozlowski until police were able to arrive on scene. Police found that it was Kozlowski’s second retail theft, and he was placed into custody and taken to Central Booking.
Christopher Kozlowski, 29, is facing retail theft charges for his role in the incident.
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