Man wedges 4 putters into his pants at Jacksonville Beach golf shop

Police say the stolen Scotty Cameron clubs are worth a total of $1,600

Photo via Jacksonville Beach Police
Photo via Jacksonville Beach Police

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – The search is on for a man suspected of stealing four golf clubs from a Jacksonville Beach store by wedging them into his pants.

The caper happened about 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at Edwin Watts Golf on 3rd Street South, according to the Jacksonville Beach Police Department. Four Scotty Cameron putters worth $1,600 were taken.

On Friday, police released surveillance images of the man they believe is responsible. The photos appear to show a heavyset man wearing baggy clothing and a fitted Dallas Cowboys cap.

The man left the business with an unidentified woman in a white-colored two-door Lincoln.

Anyone with information on the individuals’ identities is asked to contact the police department by dialing 904-233-6686 or via email at tipline@jaxbchfl.net.

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