Snoop Dogg ‘Kidnapped’ from Thorndale Supermarket; Police Assure the Public That Someone Will Take the Rap

Snoop Dogg supermarket display Corona
Image via NBC10.
The suspect in the theft of a Snoop Dogg ad figure is depicted leaving an ACME in Bucks County.

A standup display — depicting a three-foot-tall, bobblehead version of Snoop Dogg — was taken from an ACME in Bucks County. The likeness of the singer, media star, actor, and businessman was transported out in a shopping cart, reports NBC10.

The scaled-down version of Snoop (he’s really 6-foot-4) was part of an advertising campaign from pale lager brewer-bottler Corona. It showed the music icon smiling, flashing a peace sign, and holding a bottle.

Reportedly, the value of the item is about $300; however, versions on eBay have netted bids as high as $1,300 from devoted fans of either the beer brand or its iconic spokesperson. Descriptors on these auctions call the item “rare” and “not sold in stores.”

Northampton Township police posted a surveillance shot of the perpetrator: The thief is a male in a blue t-shirt.

Oddly enough, there seems to be a rash of local crimes against this particular multimedia superstar.

Another bobblehead Snoop was taken from a Giant supermarket in Thorndale. And one was escorted out of a Roxborough ACME.

More on the disappearances of Snoop Dogg is at NBC10.

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