Aroland First Nation woman wrongly accused of shoplifting at Thunder Bay Walmart
A woman from Aroland First Nation, Ont., says she was wrongfully accused of shoplifting at a Walmart in Thunder Bay.
Donna Wesley-Gagnon says she was shopping with her husband and three grandchildren at the big box store in October and noticed store employees were closely watching and even following them.
Wesley-Gagnon said after spending $300 on clothes and food, security stopped her just outside the entrance. She said she was accused of taking the jacket she was wearing from the rack and wearing it out the door. The security guard held up another, older jacket and accused her of swapping it for the jacket she was wearing.