On January 19, police were dispatched to the Verizon Wireless Store located in the Savannah Mall for a larceny report. They were told by a store employee of a theft of two Motorola Xoom tablets valued at over 600 dollars a piece. The theft occurred at the Verizon Store located at 7805 Abercorn Street. The store employee at the Savannah Mall location had seen the two tablets matching the stolen ones down at the Boost Mobile store. According to the store owner there, the tablets were bought from a white male, his name was Kevin Roach. He had a female with him during the purchase. They told store employees they had gotten the tablets at Christmas gifts. At the time of the purchase the tablets had not been reported stolen.
The Verizion store showed no signed of a break-in, so the store manager pulled up the video surveillance from the store and started looking from the day they found the tablets missing and then went back until he observed an employee, Christina Deal with the Xoom boxes . The video shows her pick up one of them and go just out of camera view and then bring it back to the same location, and then repeat the process with the another box .
DEAL was arrested February 3, and released on bail. Her second hearing was scheduled for 9 a.m., this morning. Kevin ROACH, 22, is still being sought by police. He is a white male, brown hair, blue eyes, 5’8” 150 lbs. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020 or text CRIMES (274637). Tipsters remain anonymous and may qualify for a cash reward.