Two group confuse woman, 92, take her wallet while she shops, deputies say

The Broward Sheriff’s Office is acid for dual group who are indicted of snatching an aged woman’s wallet out of her purse while she was selling during Publix a crime that was held on video.

Deputies pronounced a dual group were during a Publix in Cooper City, during 10018 Griffin Road, during around 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 28. The group used a daze technique to squeeze a wallet out of a woman’s purse, that was in her selling cart.

According to a Sheriff’s Office, a 92-year-old lady was looking during a pharmacy territory when one of a group approached her and asked her a question. The second male came adult to a cart, took a wallet and afterwards walked away.

They got divided with a woman’s driver’s license, credit cards and $40 in cash. The suspects used one of a woman’s cards to buy an Xbox One during a circuitously Best Buy after that day, deputies said.

One of a group was wearing a black shirt with red shorts and a other wore a white shirt with black stripes and jeans. The second male also was wearing glasses.

The sheriff’s bureau expelled notice video on Wednesday of a dual group targeting a lady in Publix, as good as footage display a span regulating a woman’s credit label during a Best Buy store.

Deputies are seeking anyone with information to call Broward Sheriff’s investigator Glen Gainey during 954-435-2200.

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