mannequins

Police in Sussex, England say a gang of sophisticated thieves posed as mannequins for hours until the Beales clothing store closed for the night. Then they leisurely stole £10,000 ($12,600 USD) worth of designer clothing and boldly walked out of the store.

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woman caught boosting

A Florida woman was caught boosting $700 worth of handbags — while wearing a ‘Won’t Be Caught’ t-shirt.

Shazonya Williams and her accomplice Lexus Perry allegedly shoplifted several handbags from a Florida Marshalls Department store on August 30. The unlucky pair grabbed several handbags off a display rack and fled the store.

Their daring heist was caught on the store’s surveillance video.

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surveillance

Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson released the name of Michael Brown’s killer in a press conference this morning. The officer’s name is Darren Wilson.

Jackson also released surveillance camera images from a convenience store where Brown is suspected of stealing cigars prior to being shot and killed by Wilson.

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Jameis Winston

Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston stands to earn tens of millions of dollars if he is drafted by an NFL team. But the 20-year-old Florida State University football and baseball star was issued a citation by police for stealing crab legs worth $32 from a Tallahassee Publix.

Winston was suspended from the FSU baseball team following his latest brush with the law.

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Tiona Rodriguez found with fetus in bag

A teenage shoplifter was arrested after allegedly stealing from a Victoria’s Secret lingerie store in Manhattan on Thursday. A security guard searching the bags of Tiona Rodriguez and her shoplifting partner, Francis Estevez, found the dead fetus of a boy wrapped in a plastic bag at the bottom of Rodriguez’s handbag, the NY Daily News reports.

The discovery was made around 1:10 p.m. at the Herald Square store, after a store employee spotted the teens snatching sexy underwear and lingerie off a rack.

Rodriguez and Estevez, both 17, were charged with petty larceny and possession of stolen property.

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