Police hunt for Wal-Mart robbery suspect

August 11, 2009 8:15:11 AM PDT
Police are looking for a man wanted in the robbery of a Wilmington Wal-Mart last month. Investigators say 24-year-old Webster Stayathome, of Aronimink Drive in Newark, entered the Wal-Mart on Centerville Road back on Friday July 10th.

Holding a plastic bag, he allegedly began to argue with a customer service representative who was counting money from a cash drawer. Stayathome then reached across the counter and grabbed an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the store.

Police had released surveillance images of the robbery to local media sources, and thanks to an anonymous tip, investigators were able to identify the suspect as Stayathome.

Stayathome is wanted on Robbery charges.

If you have information pertaining to Stayathome's whereabouts you are urged to contact police at 302-633-5000 ext. 607.