(CBS) MINNEAPOLIS - A 44-year-old St. Paul man allegedly stole over $1,300 worth of golf balls from a West St. Paul store - concealing them in items he actually bought - and now a warrant is out for his arrest, CBS Minnesota reports.
Maybe police should look on the golf course?
Roderick Michael Felber faces one felony charge of theft in connection to three incidents in May, June and September of 2012, the station says.
According to the criminal complaint, in October 2012, a police officer opened an investigation into three thefts from a retail store and learned that Felber was suspected in all three.
After reviewing documentation and video, the officer learned that on May 28, 2013, Felber entered the store and took numerous packages of golf balls and hid them in a lunch bag, which he then purchased, the complaint said.
Felber was seen committing similar thefts on June 14, 2012 and Sept. 22, 2012, according to CBS Minnesota.
The total value of the stolen golf balls is reported to be $1,316.42.
Felber, who reportedly has a long history of warrants for his arrest.