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Video: Woman Caught Shoplifting in Front of Officers at Charity Event

December 22, 2017  | 

VIDEO: Woman Caught Shoplifting In Front of Officers at Charity Event

A woman accused of shoplifting from a Framingham, MA, Target store did not seem to be fazed by the heavy police presence already there Tuesday night for a "Shop with a Cop" charity event with local kids.

Melissa Allen, 32, walked into the store while the event was going on and spoke to some of the 65 uniformed officers participating, reports WBZ-TV.

According to police, she then filled a Rubbermaid bin with over $1,000 worth of items and tried to push her cart out of the store without paying. They said she was also carrying stolen jewelry.


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Jon Retired LEO @ 12/22/2017 7:12 PM

This woman is only 32? Good grief she looks twice that age. Must be the drugs that she is obviously using that also distort her thinking.

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