Hurting feet fugitives: Help identify Organized Retail Theft suspects who stole $800 in foot care products

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FOOT CARE THIEVESWANTED IN EDMONDS —
Take a good at these two ladies who must really have some hurt feet — both caught on camera at a Walgreens stealing hundreds of dollars’ worth of foot care products.

Seriously though — detectives think they’re organized retail thieves who sell the stolen stuff.

They entered the store separately. One a big Husky fan wearing a ‘U-Dub’ sweatshirt and hat.

The second suspect’s face is covered. She wore all black, but maybe it’s her reddish purse she carried that someone will recognize.

Detectives say they’re so good at stealing it’s tough to even see them do it, but they’re escape wasn’t so smooth — setting off the sensor alarms at the front doors — then darting to a car and driving away.

"They stole about $800 worth of foot care items, expensive items like files and that kind of thing,” says Edmonds Police Det. Andrew Mehl. "Organized Retail Theft, you know, some may think it's just shoplift, but these are actually professional shoplifters. They do this for a living. They go out and they sell their product on the Internet, on the Black Market for pennies on the dollar. So, what that does is that raises prices for everybody."

Take a good look at the suspects again, especially the woman who's face is clear as day. Her Husky sweatshirt is gray with ‘U-Dub’ in gold. Her Husky ski hat is purple with the ‘W’ logo in gold. She even wore purple boots.

If you can tell Edmonds detectives the names of these two Organized Retail Theft suspects, call an anonymous tip into:
CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS

You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.

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