Deputies are calling it, "...the largest seizure of stolen toilet paper in agency history," thanks to the help of a motorist who followed the thief.

An Oregon burglar dude was spotted messing around in someone's house, by a neighbor I assume, and when the guy took off, the neighbor followed and called 911. When Walla Walla County Sheriff's Deputies finally caught up with the guy, he had a bunch of stolen stuff in his vehicle, but was any of it more valuable than the toilet paper? Lesson learned: if you're gonna hoard toilet paper, make sure your home is locked and you have security cameras.

- The Great Toilet Paper Caper of 2020 -

In the midst of a worldwide pandemic, WWSO makes the largest seizure of stolen...

Posted by Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office on Sunday, November 22, 2020


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