A four-footed felon made off with a rawhide bone from a Murray grocery store after ignoring the store manager's orders to drop the loot.
Surveillance video at Smith's Food & Drug shows the dog walking in the front door and giving a friendly sniff to a young girl at a checkout stand.
Then the dog headed straight for the pet food in Aisle 16, grabbed the $2.79 bone and made a break for the door, only to be confronted by store manager Roger Adamson.
Adamson says that when the dog didn't obey his command to surrender the bone, he decided not to force the issue.
Adamson said, "I decided I wanted to keep all my fingers."
The dog headed back out the door and hasn't been seen since.