Ice cream-maker Blue Bell continues to investigate a container of the ice cream inside a grocery store, licking the contents, and then returns to the store's freezer.  Blue Bell takes the viral video was shot at a Walmart store in Lufkin, Texas.
Meanwhile, the Lufkin Police Department has said it plans to file "appropriate charges" against the suspect
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Surveillance footage from the Lufkin Walmart shows a woman who resembles the suspect in the viral video, police said. The surveillance footage was shot around 1
After the video hit the Internet on Friday, Blue Bell began investigating Walmart's locations in San Antonio, Houston, and eventually Lufkin after the media.
The company honed on the Lufkin location after a Blue Bell division manager said "unique merchandising"
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Blue Bell Reps said the company's ice cream is packaged upside down in a way thats freeze the ice on the roof of the container so it can anytime be spotted by the consumer, according to Dallas-Fort Worth's FOX 4.
The ice cream manufacturer has faced contamination issues in the past. In 2015, Blue Bell halted production after 10 people were hospitalized across four states from eating ice cream with listeria, CBS News reported. Blue Bell products.
Lufkin, a city of about 36,000 residents, is about 120 miles northeast of Houston.