EATON, Ohio (WDTN) - Eaton police say a man caught on videotape stealing meat should have thought about what he was wearing.
His t-shirt immediately gave him away.
"It looked like a softball shirt and on the back it said Shilling with the number 38 on it."
Police say the video was captured Wednesday at the Marsh store. It identifies Billy Schilling of Trenton as their suspect.
Investigators believe he stole $400 worth of meat in two separate incidents at the store. He's also accused of a similar robbery at a Butler County Walmart.
"They had caught the same guy at a Walmart. He had faked a heart attack and was transported to the hospital and escaped from the hospital. He came up here that same day," said Officer David Sizemore, Eaton Police Department.
Eaton Police say there are several warrants out for Schilling's arrest.
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