According to the video, it took him just 33 seconds to get in, steal, and get away with nearly 600 dollars in tools. In a report filed with Wilkesboro Police last week, Lowes Hardware called Police about a shoplifting. When Police arrived at the store, they spoke with store employees who told them that a white male who was driving a white Honda Accord was the thief in question. Store surveillance video was viewed by Police. It showed the man drive up to the Contractor’s entrance of the store. He parked his car, got out, opened the trunk, and entered the store. Once inside, he proceeded directly to where the drills are located, took one in each hand, and left out the same entrance. He then placed both drills in the trunk of his car and left. The entire incident took only 33 seconds. Stolen drills included a DeWalt Hammer Drill valued at 300 dollars and a DeWalt Drill Driver valued at 280 dollars. Store employees did get a tag number of a vehicle. A search revealed that both the tag and the car were stolen from Flow Honda in Winston-Salem. The store manager was able to identify the thief as he was on the watch list for Lowes Hardware Stores. The man is from Mocksville and a felony warrant for his arrest has been issued. The store video was placed into evidence by Wilkesboro Police.