Video: More than 20 shoplifters storm Tennessee Walmart

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) -- Memphis police released surveillance video Tuesday after more than 20 shoplifters stormed Walmart and got away with some expensive items.
Surveillance video shows the suspects pulling into the store's parking lot at around 8:50 p.m. Sunday.
According to police, the armed shoplifters entered the store through the auto department after allegedly throwing a four-way tire lever through a window in the department.
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In the video released on Tuesday, you can see dozens of people running into the store and exiting with their arms full of various items.
Over 20 shoplifters are still on the run after raiding the local Walmart
Records show the 22 suspects drove away with items including speakers, two flat-screen TVs, shop vacuums, car batteries and two Black Panther scooters. Investigators say the stolen items had a combined value of $7,715.80.
Over a dozen officers responded, but the suspects were gone before they arrived. Police said the suspects exited the store through the same broken window. Another surveillance video showed the group arriving in over 20 vehicles, including Infinitis, Dodges, Chrysler and Kias.
Walmart Media Relations' Stephanie Sharp made the following statement:
"We are disturbed by what happened at our store on Sunday night and are glad no customers or staff were injured. We will continue to work closely with local law enforcement in their investigation."
MPD is still investigating and no arrests have been made.
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