ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — Police say a man charged with robbing a Target store in Round Rock has been at the center of a months-long investigation into a series of Target robberies across Texas.
Surveillance video shows who police say is 22-year-old Corliss Lacue-Randall running out of the Target on Louis Henna Boulevard after stealing almost $3,000 in Apple products on July 28.
An electronics employee says Lacue-Randall asked him to look at product in a locked case. Once the employee opened the case, Lacue-Randall pushed him to the ground and grabbed four Apple watches and two Apple iPad Air tablets. Police say surveillance video shows Lacue-Randall fleeing through the fire exit at the back of the store with the electronics.
Target security officers say they’ve been tracking Lacue-Randall since January. They believe he is responsible for 30 other thefts at Target stores across the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.
Randall-Lacue has been arrested and faces a second degree felony robbery charge.