According to Dance, Nelms walked into an O’Reilly Auto Parts store about two weeks ago, went into the manager’s office and stole a deposit bag full of cash.
“Apparently he and the manager knew each other,” Dance said. “Jimmy asked the manager if he could use the phone in the office, and the manager said yes.”
While in the office, Dance said Nelms also changed into an O’Reilly Auto Parts shirt to disguise himself as an employee.
“That’s when the manager told him he couldn’t do that and asked him to leave,” Dance added.
The next day, the manager noticed the deposit bag was gone and called the company’s loss prevention team.