Thieves Walk Off With Nearly $2,000 in Wine

Thieves load up cart, leave Grapevine grocery store without paying

By Omar Villafranca
|  Thursday, Jul 4, 2013  |  Updated 6:28 AM CDT
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Grapevine police are searching for two men who have stolen close to $2,000 worth of wine from a Tom Thumb in Grapevine. The men have been targeting Duckhorn branded wine.

Omar Villafranca, NBC 5 News

Grapevine police are searching for two men who have stolen close to $2,000 worth of wine from a Tom Thumb in Grapevine. The men have been targeting Duckhorn branded wine.

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Grapevine police are trying to catch two thirsty thieves who have a taste for fine wine.

Police say two men stole close to $2,000 in wine from a Tom Thumb in the 4000 block of William D. Tate Avenue on June 23 and June 24.

Each time, they loaded the wine into a cart and walked out of the store without paying. Both thefts occurred during the evening hours, when there are fewer cashiers around.

Police say the thieves have a taste for Duckhorn wine. They’ve taken more than $1,000 in 2010 merlot and more than $600 in cabernet sauvignon.

If you recognize the men, call Grapevine police.

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