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INCIDENT 419

When: June 13

Where: 200 block of St. Anne's Road

A man and a woman filled up a shopping cart full of food at a grocery store, then went to a different area of the store and concealed the food in recyclable shopping bags. The pair left without paying and were confronted by security outside the store. The woman dropped the bags and fled on foot, while the man remained behind and was confrontational with security. Once he learned police had been called, the man also fled on foot.

INCIDENT 420

When: March 30

Where: 2001 Henderson Highway

Two men entered a Manitoba Liquor Mart. One man, wearing a red shirt, grabbed a bottle and placed it down the front of his pants. Staff saw this and confronted the man, who denied taking the bottle. He was assisted by the other man in causing a scene, which resulted in the men storming out of the store with the bottle still concealed. It is believed the men are also responsible for similar thefts from liquor stores.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 10, 2014 ??65534

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