New Arrival in Town Gets Rude Welcome in Wallet Theft, LIVINGSTON, March 16, 2008 - Joe Cisneros, 50, just arrived in Livingston Today to interview tomorrow for a new job and had his wallet stolen. The theft occurred at R&D Grocery on Highway 146 South about 6 miles south of Livingston. At approximately 7 pm, Cisneros laid his wallet on the counter by the cash register when he went back to an aisle to get something else, while he was away from the counter, a lady described as a white female in her 30s and "very rough" looking allegedly took Cisneros' wallet. The theft was reported and two Polk County Sheriff's deputies arrived to investigate. Cisneros says he needed his wallet because it had credentials and identification that he needed in order to get the would be job he's interviewing for. The wallet had no money but did have his identification, social security card, and business contacts and numbers. According to Cisneros, the woman handed off the wallet to another woman and then they fled the scene in an older model maroon car with a hatchback and license plate number: 667-LMR. Sources say that the car was last spotted on Providence Road. At time of press the whereabouts of the suspects and their status is not yet known.