Police use surveillance video from attempted Walmart robbery to track down robbery suspect

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Authorities are still investigating the robbery of a Walmart on Feb. 12 using surveillance video from an attempted robbery at another Walmart on Feb. 11. Police said they believe the two incidents could be connected.

On Feb. 12 a man approached the customer service area and demanded money at the Walmart located at 3475 Parkway Village Circle

After the suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash he jumped into a Silver Chevrolet Silverado truck with two other people.

The Winston-Salem Police Department obtained surveillance footage of a man entering and leaving another Walmart located at 4550 Kester Mill Road on Feb. 11.

According to police, the man handed a note that contained a threatening statement to an employee in the customer service area. A second employee approached the first employee before anything happened.

The man left the business and got into a silver pickup truck parked nearby.

Based on the description of the vehicle and the modus operandi of the subject, authorities said they believe the two incidents may be related.

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