Cops at Los Angeles County have been on the search for a bunch of women accused of robbing at least 2 shops — and employing a stun gun to shock staffers who got at all.
1 robbery unfolded just before 9 p.m. last Thursday in a CVS from Temple City. The other occurred closer to 10 p.m. that same day in a Vons grocery store in Arcadia, Fox 11 reported.
The shops are within three kilometers of one another, based on KABC.
At CVS, two women entered the store, removed an estimated $1,000 worth of merchandise off the shelves and turned on to make their getaway. A manager approached the women when one of the suspects pulled a stun gun and triggered it, KTLA reported.
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Less than an hour later, three female suspects entered Vons and attempted again to sneak an unspecified quantity of baby formula, according to researchers. When approached by a security guard, one of the women used a stun gun to shock the protector, Fox 11 added.
In both instances, the women were described as black, in their mid-30s and dressed in dark clothing. They got to a reddish four-door automobile with paper license platesthat could maybe be a Kia or Ford Focus, Fox 11 reported.
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