Wal-Mart worker’s car stolen from handicap parking, while at work
OKLAHOMA CITY – Well the Grinch has reared his ugly face yet again, this time striking a woman while at work. Her car was stolen all while she was putting in a hard days work.
Darlene Garland works the 6-11 shift at Wal-Mart off of I-240. But when she got to the parking lot Thursday night her car was gone. She’s even surprised at how bold the thief was because she was parked in a handicap spot, about as close as you can get to the store’s entrance.
The surveillance video hasn’t been released yet but cameras were rolling. Darlene said she was told a woman was seen getting in her car around 9:20 pm on the passenger side then taking off. Darlene now has now way to get to work.
“That was my livelihood, my only way to work. You don’t expect when you go in and come back out its going to be gone. I don’t know what I’m going to do now,” said Darlene.
Her car is a silver 2004 Oldsmobile Alero with four doors and a LifeChurch sticker in the back window. She has a black and white steering wheel cover. The Oklahoma tag number is 435-A-K-X
Anyone with information call Oklahoma City Police
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