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Man accused of stealing, pulling knife at Fayetteville mall

Posted May 4, 2011

— Fayetteville police are searching for a man accused of stealing clothes from a Belk store at the Crosscreek Mall and threatening employees with a knife on Sunday. 

When the man tried to leave, he was approached by loss prevention officers from the store. The man then pulled out a knife and started to threaten the employees.

The man fled the store on foot. 

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call police at 910- 433-1856 or Crimestoppers at 910-483-TIPS (8477).


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  • carroln May 11, 2011

    need a gun on that camera so when it happens it will fire automaticaly.. "Clean up on Isle 6 please"

  • mikeyj May 10, 2011

    When do we get issued our "shoot on site orders" sarge?

  • mad_dash May 10, 2011

    oh poor guy.. it was all just a misunderstanding! This fine man simply could not have done this.

  • Kriterian May 5, 2011

    You mean this fine, upstanding looking gentleman was simply there to buy clothes for a female loved one? I bet they were shocked when he stuffed all that apparel in his jacket.

  • dfendrjimray May 5, 2011

    I'll be on the lookout. What was that description again?

  • They call me CATMAN May 5, 2011

    Where is Paul Blart: Mall Cop when you need him.

  • shoyaryt May 5, 2011

    Note to Cross Creek Mall Management: "Issue loss prevention officers with side arms."