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Men busted for attempt to sell stolen XBox controllers

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(Nueces County Sheriff's Department) Jamario Licea  was arrested for theft. He and an accomplice are accused of stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart and walking across the street to sell it at another store. (Nueces County Sheriff's Department) Jamario Licea was arrested for theft. He and an accomplice are accused of stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart and walking across the street to sell it at another store.
(Nueces County Sheriff's Department) Noel Navarro was arrested for theft. He and an accomplice are accused of stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart and walking across the street to sell it at another store. (Nueces County Sheriff's Department) Noel Navarro was arrested for theft. He and an accomplice are accused of stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart and walking across the street to sell it at another store.
CORPUS CHRISTI -

Cops easily tracked down two guys accused of stealing Xbox controllers from Walmart on Tuesday afternoon.

Employees at the Walmart on Greenwood Drive called CCPD when they noticed two men removing the controllers from boxes before walking out the front door.

Those same employees noticed the suspects had walked across the parking lot to a nearby video game store.

Officers were soon contacted by GameStop employees who confirmed the same men had just tried to sell the controllers, valued at $39 each.

21-year-old Jamario Licea and 24-year-old Noel Navarro are both charged with theft.

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