Bryan Police say they are closer to making an arrest after a female suspect was caught on camera stealing an elderly woman's wallet at a Bryan Car wash.
“I feel violated, and everything is gone; I feel like such a fool,” said Wanda Keeling, as she watched the surveillance footage for the first time of a woman stealing her wallet in broad daylight.
In the surveillance video from Ducky's Car Wash in Bryan, you can see a female suspect, who is described as being Hispanic in her mid-20's to early 30's, walking up to the change machine.
The suspect looks in both directions and then grabs a wallet that an elderly woman left on the ice machine. Not even 30 seconds after the suspect walks off, the victim drives back up to the scene to search for her wallet. Inside the wallet was the victim's life savings of $950, food stamp and Medicare cards her driver’s license as well as her social security card.
While the investigation is still ongoing -- Bryan Police expect to have warrants issued for an arrest as soon as next week.
“There are multiple individuals that we are going to consider persons of interest. No one has been formally charged, but the people we are speaking with are cooperating with police,” said Bryan Police Officer Jon Agnew.
Agnew said the case will then be reviewed by the district attorney's office and the county attorney's office to see if the suspects will be formally charged.
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