A Georgia Lowe’s worker tried to cease shoplifters making off with $2,100 quantity of merchandise, leaving her unemployed and with a black eye.
Donna Hansbrough, 68, noticed three folks loading up a purchasing cart at a retailer in Rincon, about half-hour north of Savannah, after which depart with out stopping to pay, police stated.
The veteran worker then grabbed onto the cart allegedly being pushed by Takyah Berry — who slugged the older lady within the face thrice, in keeping with authorities.
Berry, who was along with her uncle, Joseph Berry and one other man police recognized as Jarmar Lawton, then made off with the products, the Rincon Police Department stated in a information launch.
Hansbrough was then canned from her job of 13 years for violating firm coverage by interfering with the crooks, in keeping with a report.
“They say that in case you see any individual stealing one thing out the door, to not pursue, to not exit. I misplaced it,” Hansbrough informed the Effingham Herald.
“I grabbed the cart. I don’t truly bear in mind going out however I did. And I grabbed the cart that had the stolen objects in [it].”
The former retailer worker stated she grew to become overwhelmed by intuition, however by no means thought her employer would let her go.
“I didn’t count on to get terminated,’ she informed the Herald.
“Maybe a reprimand or a suspension.
“I simply received bored with seeing issues get out the door. I simply, I misplaced it. I principally misplaced all of the coaching. Everything they let you know to do, I simply…I simply misplaced it.”
Hansbrough is presently on the lookout for a brand new job.
“I can’t sit at dwelling. I’m not that kind of particular person,” she informed the Herald.