Whenever you hear about someone who is stealing food, you feel bad, you want everyone to be able to afford food for their family. But this suspect wanted out of Laredo, Texas seems to be feeding more than just her family. Law enforcement in Laredo, Texas is asking for help from the public in finding Minerva San Juanita Lopez, she is currently facing three felony arrest warrants for theft of property. 

Minerva San Juanita Lopez is 47 years old and wanted for stealing more than $1,000 in fajita meat according to LMT Online. There was more than one incident of theft that took place which is why there are multiple charges for the same offence.  

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The First Theft Took Place at H-E-B 

The Lost Prevention Officers at H-E-B contacted law enforcement after noticing a woman take five packages of fajitas without paying, the total of the items taken at that time was $833.30.  

A Local Meat Market Was the Second Victim 

While H-E-B is a grocery chain and will recoup that loss quickly, the second business was a local meat shop where the lost product will hurt a bit more. The local meat shop told police that the same woman stole fajita’s there, and the total loss was $188.57. Between the two stores that is over $1,000 in fajita meat.  

Both Stores Have the Suspect on Video 

Both H-E-B and the local meat market have the suspect on video taking the products without paying for them, which is why law enforcement is asking for your help tracking down the alleged suspect. If you know where Minerva San Juanita Lopez can be located contact the Laredo Crime Stoppers at 727-8477.  

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