INVESTIGATION

A Springfield woman is charged by the county prosecutor with multiple shoplifting cases at a Houston business. 

After allegedly stealing numerous items from the Houston Walmart Center on three occasions late last year, a Springfield woman is charged with multiple felony offenses.

Aubree K. Rable, 27, of 1967 Oxford Ave. in Springfield, is charged with three counts of first-degree burglary (a class B felony) and three counts of misdemeanor stealing.

According to reports written by a Houston Police Department officer, a Walmart official observed surveillance video showing Rable inside the store on Sept. 1, Oct. 6 and Oct. 9. Each time, she reportedly was seen concealing several items under a coat or in a large purse and leaving without paying for them.

The reports said swiped goods included Apple TVs and other electronics, jewelry, a radar detector and more.

Rable had reportedly been caught stealing from Walmart stores on several previous occasions and had been banned from all Walmart locations on June 29, 2019. Separate cases were generated for each of her three shoplifting incidents in Houston.

A warrant for Rable’s arrest was issued on Jan. 6. She has not been apprehended.

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