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(SNO) — A security camera has caught what appears to be a woman and a child shoplifting at local popular store S&S.
The incident occurred on January 30, according to HTS News.
Footage of the incident obtained by HTS shows the two entering the store, with the woman carrying a handbag, and the child, with a bag on his back, behind her.
She walks to the clothing section and proceeds to cut security tags on a number of items.
She then proceeds to stuff the items into the bag on the child’s back.
HTS said at least $200 in clothing items were taken by the pair and no one, not even store security, caught on what was going on.
The two eventually walked away with their loot.
S&S told HTS that the matter has not been reported to the police and warned other store owners to be on guard against such robbery.
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