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Police: Women go on shoplifting spree

November 16, 2007

On Thursday, a CVS in Seabrook was robbed by two men and a woman. They fled on Highway 146, so patrols were on the lookout.

Police said an officer spotted the empty car about 10 minutes later at a Walgreens. He stopped the three until backup arrived.
It turned out they were three women.
The vehicle was also filled with bags of stolen merchandise, mostly boxes of assorted pain medications such as Tylenol and Advil, and other misc. over the counter medications. Altogether nearly $1,000 worth of stolen property was recovered.

The stolen products were taken from various pharmacies in Kemah, Seabrook, Pasadena and Baytown, as well as a Dollar General Store and Food Town in Baytown.

Posted by Adrienne Cody at November 16, 2007 10:19 AM

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