August 13, 2013 Florida (KHOU) – FLORIDA — Surveillance cameras at a pet store caught an unusual crime — a man shoving puppies down his pants.
The video shows the man come in to the store with a toddler and another man and woman.
He shoves a pug puppy in his pants then walks out. He returns a few minutes later and does the same thing with a miniature dachshund.
Together the dogs are worth $800.
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- Man Steals Puppies By Shoving Them Down His Pants (consumerist.com)