Watch: It seems the perps stacking stolen laundry detergent into their Honda Odyssey have graduated to 4K flatscreens
· · Nov 16, 2021 · NottheBee.com

Call me crazy, but I'm pretty sure I've seen this bandit gang before:

[Warning: Language]

Yeah, they just walked into a store, grabbed three 4K TV's, then slid them in the back of a Honda Odyssey (kudos to them for measuring beforehand!).

That Odyssey and Chevy Suburban look AWFULLY familiar to this crew in Connecticut that was caught on film last week:

It's two men and a woman in each video as well, and the woman seems to have the same hair color/style.

This TV theft also happened in Connecticut:

Three people stole thousands of dollars worth of televisions from BJ's in Wallingford and assaulted an employee, police said.

Police responded to the BJ's at 1046 North Colony Road in Wallingford on Oct. 18 after someone reported that two males and one female were stealing TVs from the store and loading them into the back of a tan minivan and a tan-colored Chevrolet Suburban, police said. The thieves were gone before police officers arrived.

During the theft, a store employee tried to get back one of the TVs as it was being stolen and his hand was struck to break his grip, police said.

Two 75-inch Samsung 4K LED Smart TVs and one 75-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TV were stolen, police said. Their combined value is estimated to be $3,269.97.

Anyway, now that all the "progressive" cities have legalized theft in the name of "equity" or something, look for more of these bandit goons in our new Wild West!


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