Editor's Note: This story was updated at 1:08 p.m. on Aug. 1 with more information from police.
On July 28, security watched a woman walk up to the self-checkout line, scan all her products and then leave the store, according to a report.
The woman scanned $109 of merchandise, bagged it, put it back in her cart and then walked out of the store without paying, the report said. Fairlawn police Sgt. Rob Buza is not calling this incident an accident.
"A store employee saw this happen and walked up to the woman as she was leaving the store to check her receipt," Buza said. "The woman just kept walking."
Buza said the woman is 34 years and used to live in the Goodyear Heights area. Buza believes she is now homeless.
Security footage shows the woman walking up to a Chevrolet Malibu, loading it up and getting into the passenger side before the driver leaves the area. The car was last seen heading south on Cleveland-Massillon Road.
The kicker? The woman scanned her Giant Eagle Advantage Card, which is how police found out who she is.