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That's not a baby, it's $1,000 worth of stolen beauty products, Arlington police say

Baby-stroller shoplifters in Arlington caught on video

Arlington Texas police are seeking two women who they say used a baby stroller to conceal about $1,000 worth of stolen cosmetics at the Ulta in the Highlands shopping center in two incidents in May and early June.
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Arlington Texas police are seeking two women who they say used a baby stroller to conceal about $1,000 worth of stolen cosmetics at the Ulta in the Highlands shopping center in two incidents in May and early June.

A pair of women used a baby stroller to conceal a haul of about $1,000 worth of beauty products in two separate store thefts in May and June, Arlington police say.

They hit the Ulta in the Arlington Highlands shopping center in the 4000 block of Retail Connection Way during the day May 19 and then again on June 2, police say.

Police could not immediately say whether there was also a baby in the stroller.

They ask anyone who recognizes the women to contact Detective Daisey Blanco at 817-459-6647 or Daisey.blanco@arlingtontx.gov.

Arlington Police are looking for these 10 fugitives. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest. Call 817-469-8477.

Arlington police are looking for help identifying two would be thieves who were driving a white Nissan Armada. The pair were caught on security camera trying to smash open a safe in the 2500 block of E. Pioneer Parkway.

The Arlington police are looking for two women caught on surveillance video stealing purses on the 4200 block of South Cooper Street. If you have any information, call Det. Wilson at 817-459-6080.

Stephen English: 817-390-7330, @sbenglish74
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