MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE: Mobile Police arrested Aneesah Dukes less than a day after appearing on FOX10 News Fugitive Files. Thanks to your calls, police were able to find her at a bus station. In addition to being charged with theft, she is also being held in jail on a charge of endangering the welfare of a child in Baldwin County. She is the 567th suspect to be arrested after appearing on FOX10 News Fugitive Files.
Last week's FOX10 News Fugitive Files suspect surrendered Monday night, July 8. Now's the chance for you to make a phone call to keep you and your family safe.
Mobile Police want to find Aneesah Dukes, who claims to have left town after being accused of so much shoplifting, the charge is actually a felony.
Mobile Police Corporal Christopher Levy said, "It seems just like a shoplifting case, but really it's $1,500 worth of material that was stolen from the Target Store on Schillinger Road...Our detective even got a phone call from her asking why we had signed warrants for her arrest. After the detective spoke with her, she then made the comment that we weren't going to catch her, that she was going to California."
Dukes is 26 years old, 5 foot 4 inches tall and weighs 175 pounds. If you know where to find her, whether in Mobile or California, call the FOX10 News Fugitive Files/Crimestoppers Hotline at 251-208-7000.
She has a 10 year long arrest record that includes charges like theft and burglary. Police say she just got out of jail. Turn her in.
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