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Two Arrested Following Separate Theft Incidents

     Two people are arrested Tuesday afternoon following a theft call in Wichita Falls. 
     Police said around 3:45 p.m. Loss Prevention Officers at the Walmart on Greenbriar had Taylor Michelle Allen in custody for attempting to steal items from the store. 
     While the 22 year old was being escorted to the police car, Thomas Fitzgerald McGowan was seen running out of the store with stolen merchandise. 
     Officers chased the 27 year old down to Southwest Parkway where he was then handcuffed. 
     Police said these two theft incidents were not related. 
     Both Allen and McGowan were not charged with theft because items stolen did not exceed $100, but they were given citations.  
     However, Allen had warrants out for her arrest. 
     Allen was booked into the Wichita County Jail on False Report to a Peace Officer and Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility charges. 
     McGowan was booked for Evading Arrest. 

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