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NC Walmart shopper wanted a refund. She went to jail instead.

Kimberly Fuller McCabe (Source: Lincolnton Police Department) Kimberly Fuller McCabe (Source: Lincolnton Police Department)

LINCOLNTON, NC (Mark Price/ The Charlotte Observer)- Returning merchandise to a store rarely gets a shopper arrested, but that’s exactly what happened Monday to a Lincolnton woman who tried to return items at a Walmart, according to multiple media outlets.

The problem?

Kimberly Fuller McCabe’s returns were stolen from the same store, reports the Lincolnton Herald.

Lincolnton Police told the Herald they were called by the store’s manager, who reported a woman was attempting to return stolen merchandise. McCabe, 44, was patiently waiting still waiting in the store when cops approached her, reported the Herald.

Radio station WHKY reports McCabe was charged with attempted felony obtaining property by false pretense. Bond was set at $10,000.

As for the merchandise, it was documented and returned to Walmart, reported WHKY.

McCabe has prior convictions for felony larceny and she’s also currently on probation for her convictions, reported media outlets.

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