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Published: Monday, December 3, 2012, 12:45 p.m.

Stanwood shoplifter takes whiskey, bacon, beauty products

  • A 1940s manicure kit. They're smaller now, especially the ones people apparently steal from grocery stores.

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    A 1940s manicure kit. They're smaller now, especially the ones people apparently steal from grocery stores.

This little gem came from the Stanwood police blotters from mid-November.

Shoplifting
26600 block 72 AV NW
A 19-year-old female habitual criminal entered a grocery store and stole a mustache comb, whiskey, a manicure kit, bacon and lubricant. The woman was arrested as she left the store and subsequently booked into jail.

Via: Stanwood Police on Facebook.
Story tags » StanwoodCrimePolice

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