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Sheriff: Women steal 22 bottles of liquor in 10 minutes

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Image Courtesy: Broward County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators with the Broward County Sheriff's Office say it took two women less than 10 minutes to steal 22 bottles of liquor from a store in South Florida.

The theft happened Feb. 8 at the Walgreens Liquor Store on Bonaventure Boulevard in Weston.

Surveillance video released by the Sheriff's Office shows the two women walk into the store with large tote-style purses. The two women hauled away nearly two dozen bottles of liquor. The thieves stole five bottles of Cîroc Apple, one bottle of Cîroc Peach, one bottle of Cîroc Pineapple, two bottles of Cîroc Mango, four bottles of Patrón, three bottles of Grey Goose and six bottles of Hennessy.

The thieves are so bold, one even grabs a bottle from behind the register as the clerk rings up an actual customer.

Investigators describe the first shoplifter as a short black female with a medium frame and burgundy or red hair pulled back into a ponytail. She wore a plaid button-down shirt with a hood, dark pants and white sandals. The second woman is described as a short black female with a medium frame and long dark hair. She wore a neon orange button-down shirt, grey workout leggings and athletic shoes, the Broward County Sheriff's Office said.

Call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.