Police Are Called After Two “Foreign Speaking” Men Buy Large Quantity Of Cell Phones From Walmart At 4 AM

Fortunately, someone at Walmart wasn’t worried about being accused of “profiling” and called the police. Americans need to be vigilant, and to never be afraid of making a mistake about someone or something you feel isn’t quite right. Do not allow the Left to bully you into submission. This is our country, and our national security is at risk…If you see something…SAY SOMETHING! 

Two “foreign speaking” men set off alarms after they entered the local Walmart store in Lebanon, Missouri and purchased 60 cellphones. The purchase was made around 4 AM last Saturday morning. Police were called but released the men saying they didn’t have a legal reason to detain them.
KY3 reported:

A large number of cellphones bought in the early morning hours set off concern in Lebanon.

Police say just before 4am Saturday morning, two men purchased about 60 phones from the Walmart store.

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Police were called, but after talking with them police say they didn’t have a legal reason to detain them.

But they did call the FBI.

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“I’m not going to say just because they’re a different religion or because they’re Muslim. But these people were, they were foreign-speaking. You need to take notice, you need to let us know about it because it doesn’t hurt to check on it. You’re not being racist or anything like that. You’re just protecting yourself,” said Laclede County Sheriff Wayne Merritt.

After the San Bernardino shooting, several media outlets reported some neighbors noticed suspicious activity at the home of shooters Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik.

No reports were made, however, out of fear of being accused of racial profiling.

UPDATE: The Macon County Sheriff’s office is investigating a second suspicious purchase of dozens of cellphones at the Columbia Walmart on Conley Road.

A third suspicious purchase was made at a Walmart in Macon, Missouri.

The Macon County Sheriff’s office is investigating a second suspicious purchase of dozens of cellphones at the Columbia Walmart on Conley Road.

A third suspicious purchase was made at a Walmart in Macon, Missouri.

On Thursday a fourth Walmart in Jefferson City in mid-Missouri reported another bulk cell phone purchase.

** Earlier today The Gateway Pundit reported that dozens of propane tanks were recently stolen near Kansas City.

This afternoon two more Walmarts reported bulk cell phone purchases.
This brings the total to six stores reporting bulk cell phone purchases in rural Missouri.
KRCG TV reported:

The FBI has been notified of several cases of suspicious purchases of large numbers of cell phones in Missouri.

Authorities have received reports of at least six instances in which people purchased large numbers of prepaid phones at Walmart stores in Missouri.

Jefferson City Police confirm that a large number of phones were bought by “three men with accents” at the Walmart on the east end of town over the weekend.

After the first report of the strange purchase was filed in Lebanon, Mo., authorities talked to the men, but since they didn’t have a legal reason to detain them, officers allowed them to leave.

The Laclede County Sheriff notified the FBI.

Two hours north of Lebanon, Columbia Police received the second report on Monday.

According to the Columbia Police Department, officers received a report five or more males purchasing multiple prepaid cell phones at about 9:30 p.m. on Friday, December 4.

The Macon County Sheriff’s Office also issued a statement saying the agency, along with Macon Police, is investigating a similar incident that happened at the Macon Walmart on Saturday.

KFVS reports Jackson Police Captain Rodney Barnes confirms 48 prepaid cell phones were purchased at the Walmart in Jackson on Friday, Dec. 4.

Police say cellphones can be potential tools in the hands of terrorists.

Besides their use in communication, they can also be used as detonators for bombs. Via: Gateway Pundit

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