3-Foot Tall Snoop Dogg Bobblehead Stolen From Grocery Stores Across Pennsylvania

Several three-feet tall Snoop Dogg bobbleheads have been stolen from grocery stores across Pennsylvania over the past few weeks.

On July 23, the West Goshen Township Police Department in West Chester, Pennsylvania, was the first to report an incident involving the theft of a Snoop Dogg bobblehead.

In a Facebook post, the West Goshen Township Police Department said the incident occurred on July 22 at an Acme grocery store. The West Goshen Township Police Department said that the man, who was described as a white male with a "thin beard" stole the three-foot tall Snoop Dogg bobblehead that was part of a Corona Beer display. The bobblehead was valued at around $300, police said.

According to police the suspected thief was last seen wearing Nike sandals, a black baseball hat, a a white "Ron Swanson Pyramid of Greatness' t-shirt, long black shorts with a white stripe down the side.

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Newsweek reached out to the West Goshen Township Police Department for further information but did not receive a response in time for publication.

While the suspected thief has yet to be identified or arrested by the West Goshen Township Police Department, two other similar incidents occurred earlier this week.

On Wednesday, the Northampton Township Police Department in Richboro, Pennsylvania, issued a press release asking the public's help in identifying a suspect that stole a three-foot tall Snoop Dogg bobblehead from an Acme grocery store in Richboro.

The Northampton Township Police Department shared a photo of the suspect in the press release and he can be seen wearing a blue t-shirt as he walked out of the Acme grocery store, with the stolen bobblehead in his shopping cart.

Newsweek reached out to the Northampton Township Police Department for further comment.

Roughly an hour after the report from the Northampton Township Police Department, the Caln Township Police Department in Thorndale, Pennsylvania said in a Facebook post they were looking for a suspect involved in a retail theft incident on August 21 at a Giant Foods grocery store.

"The suspect stole a 43 inch tall Snoop Dog Bobble Head valued at $300 and left the parking lot in a red Toyota Corolla," the Caln Township Police Department said in the post.

The Facebook post also included a picture of the suspect and he can be seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, shorts and a black baseball hat with the letter "S" on it. The suspect is also seen wearing a protective face mask in the picture posted by police.

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While it is unclear why these Snoop Dogg bobbleheads have become a subject of theft in Pennsylvania, WMAQ-TV reported that a three-foot tall Snoop Dogg bobblehead is currently being listed on eBay for over $1,000. The description of the listing stated that the item is "rare" and "not being sold in stores."

In a statement sent to Newsweek, Ann Legan, the Vice President of brand marketing for Corona beer, said, "Snoop is an icon, and we understand the allure. Corona beer is all about living the fine life—that means appreciating what you already have even if what you already have isn't a three-foot tall replica of Snoop Dogg."

Newsweek reached out to the Caln Township Police Department for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.

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Several three-foot tall Snoop Dogg bobbleheads have been stolen from grocery stores across Pennsylvania. Above, police tape hangs across the street in front of a house inin Park City, Kansas on February 26, 2005. Larry W. Smith/Getty

Updated 08/27/2021, 2:40 p.m. ET: This story has been updated with a statement from Ann Legan, Vice President of brand marketing for Corona beer.