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Dunham asked that people with information about the woman contact the Huntsville Police Department.
A Huntsville small business owner has posted a surveillance video and hopes her friends and the power of Facebook shares will help identify the woman in the video who took off with a $200 handbag Thursday evening from Mint Julep Market on South Memorial Parkway.
Hillary Hart Dunham, the store's owner, said her interest is getting the merchandise returned and also getting some help for the woman who the store video recording shows stuffing the handbag into her own purse and then heading out of camera range.
Dunham posted the theft video Friday and then included a second video on her Facebook page that provides a closer look at the woman's face. Dunham said she checked with the Huntsville Police Department, which gave her the OK, before posting the Brian Hoyer Jersey videos.
"It was important to us to make sure we did this in the C.J. Fiedorowicz Jersey right manner," she said. "I didn't want to accuse anyone of something wrongful but if you look at the video, there is absolutely no doubt.
So far, no one has produced a name, Dunham said, but she hopes that by Monday police will have been contacted and the woman identified. One employee greeted her and then helped another customer, a second employee was Whitney Mercilus Jersey working in the back of the store. The bag was taken from a corner out of view from the cash register area, but the employees noticed its absence shortly after the woman departed.
Dunham said the woman's appearance suggested she doesn't need to steal items, and she is hopeful a member of the woman's family or friends will see the video, contact police and get her some help.
The Mint Julep Market, located in the Rosie's Mexican Cantina shopping center, Authentic Tom Savage Jersey has been open since November 2013 and Dunham said this is the first time they've had such a problem.
She has also been overwhelmed by the support she's received from her friends and customers. The Facebook shares have circled back around so that people who don't live in Huntsville are tagging friends here urging them to Authentic Duane Brown Jersey watch the video and try to identify the woman shown taking the bag.
"They want to ensure this person is brought to justice and also to support local business," she said. "I'm optimistic. My ultimate goal is to have the merchandise returned and for her to get the help she needs.
"I continue Authentic Johnathan Joseph Jersey to pray for a peaceful resolution and that we're able to move on and celebrate Christmas."
Dunham asked that people with information about the woman contact the Huntsville Police Department. They can also call the store with information, at 256 270 9611.