[UPDATE] Ammunition Stolen from Moultrie Wal-Mart

By: Caroline Gonzmart; Donnitra Gilbert Email
By: Caroline Gonzmart; Donnitra Gilbert Email

Investigators from the Moultrie Police Department said they're looking for Cornelius Nelson.

Investigators said Nelson is responsible for manipulating a glass frame and stealing thousands of dollars worth of ammo from a Moultrie Wal-Mart back on March 30 2011.

Investigators said they've confirmed he's driving a 1993 Ford Explorer with a Georgia tag that reads - BKI 2165.

Investigators urge those of you with information to call the Moultrie Police Department at 229-890-5451.

Officers said the suspect is described as a black male last seen wearing a baseball cap, a dark shirt and blue jeans. Officers said the suspect was last seen driving a Ford Explorer.
Police say an unknown man was captured on surveillance video entering the Wal-Mart Super Center on Highway 319 Wednesday (3/30).

They say he managed to unlock a glass display case and steal thousands of bullets made for shotguns, handguns, and high-power rifles.

MPD says the man managed to hide all the ammunition in his clothing before leaving the store.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Moultrie Police Department at (229) 890-5500.

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  • by walmart employee Location: moultrie on Aug 22, 2011 at 11:36 PM
    First off, he made 4 different trips to get all of this ammo between 7:20 and 7:32, so yes, it is possible that he stole that much. And second, walmart doesn't have a security guard 24/7. They have a life too. Also, no one is watching the cameras all the time, if they notice something happened or got stolen, they check back to that time. So they probably didn't even know that something was getting stolen until the sporting goods sales associate got back and noticed the ammo case empty.
  • by inside job Location: wullucully on Apr 2, 2011 at 02:22 PM
    it would take a 100 trips to steal that many bullets.
  • by david Location: thomasville on Apr 2, 2011 at 11:49 AM
    $4,000 in ammo? you would have to have your clothes super glued and duct tapped on. that much (IF you could even carry it)would pull your clothes downward. you would even be able to walk (or crawl). and can you imagine the time it took him to hide all that. that much would fill 3-4 shopping carts.
  • by Anonymous Location: "really" on Apr 2, 2011 at 08:18 AM
    get out of here... yall people are crappin me... this happen when during the day? must of been a very big man... moultrie people are crazy anyways,..just last year a mother n a girl found thousand of dollars in the parking lot there.. in a zip lot page.. yall didnt even give them a thanks or nothin.. i think, its people that work there at the walmart that has part in these crazy crimes....
  • by TTech Location: Tallahassee on Apr 2, 2011 at 07:08 AM
    This couldn't possibly be an inside job, could it? NAW I would like to see the video of him hiding the ammo on himself.
  • by Wild Thang Location: Tally on Apr 2, 2011 at 06:28 AM
    If anyone has noticed Walmarts inventory of ammo in the last two years you would know they don't have $4K dollars of ammo in the entire store!!!
  • by joe Location: Tallahassee on Apr 2, 2011 at 05:52 AM
    Sorry Walmart, but there is no way he walked out with that much ammo on him. I would love to see the video.
  • by Anonymous on Apr 1, 2011 at 07:21 PM
    This is like the street dollar amount of pot. Cops always take it to the EXTREME, not to mention Wally World is going to try to get more insurance money (IMHO)
  • by Anonymous on Apr 1, 2011 at 06:41 PM
    Unpossible. Only way a man could hide and carry $4k worth of ammo would be high dollar specialty ammo, 577 Nitro, 600 Kynoch, etc. Nothing WalMart sells. Probably the most expensive ammo WM sells would be $40-50 per box. It would take 80 boxes or more to equal $4k. Even at 1.5-2.0 pounds per box, you would need a shopping cart or float.
  • by J on Apr 1, 2011 at 05:22 PM
    I manufacture ammunition for a living. Four grand in ammo would weigh hundreds of pounds at least. I think their numbers are off.
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