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Two Tennessee men wanted in robbery of autistic southeastern Massachusetts Walmart worker



Police have been investigating the summer robbery of an autistic Massachusetts retail worker and have now identified two suspects.

According to police, on Wednesday, August 23rd, three males were panhandling outside of Walmart at Colony Place in Plymouth. At one point, they surrounded an autistic male who works at the Walmart while he was waiting for a ride home. The males continually pressured the autistic man to give them money. They had him go into his wallet three times, which eventually emptied it of $150 dollars.

An intensive investigation by Detective Brian Pierce has led to the identification of two of the men involved.

Extraditable Arrest Warrants have issued.

22-year-old Julius Houston Jr. and 20-year-old Antonio Taylor, both of Memphis Tennessee are wanted for Larceny From the Person and Larceny Under $250.00 from a disabled person.

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  1. Bcastro

    January 25, 2024 at 1:10 pm


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