A viral video making the rounds on social media shows thieves in front of a Connecticut store shoving multiple stolen goods into their cars.
People stand around watching as it happens before the thieves speed off in the vehicles.
Police are now searching for the subjects.
Watch the video below:
CONNECTICUT: Criminals loading up their van with stolen items in broad daylight. pic.twitter.com/u8YgtGOmhI
— Katie Daviscourt🇺🇸 (@KatieDaviscourt) November 10, 2021
Police may have identified some of the suspects.
WFSB News reports:
State police identify some suspects from Oxford grocery store theft
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CT State Police said they have identified some of the suspects believed to have stolen shopping carts full of items from an Oxford store earlier this week.
On Friday, police said they have tentatively identified two of the four people involved in the larceny at Market 32, which happened early Tuesday morning.
Their identifications have not yet been released.
Police said they also found a tan minivan seen in a video that went viral on social media, as one of the getaway cars. The van was found in New Haven.
Local grocery stores across the state have been seeing brazen thieves steal shopping carts full of items.
Some videos are showing these suspects flee the store before police even arrive, like in Oxford.
Earlier this week, a video started swirling around social media showing the suspects leaving the Oxford grocery store with shopping carts full of laundry detergent.
Police say they fled without paying.
In East Lyme, the police chief said on Friday that they had two recent larcenies at the local Stop & Shop.
He said the suspects involved in a larceny last week are believed to have been driving vehicles similar to the ones seen at the Oxford grocery store.
Thieves around the country have become much bolder in recent months.
Maybe it has something to do with Democrats defunding police.
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