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Security Camera Captures Couple Stealing Ipod From 5-Year Old

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AURORA, Colo. — A security camera catches a couple stealing a an iPod from a 5-year-old girl right off of a table at a popular frozen yogurt shop in Aurora according to police.

Watch the video above and you'll be able to see the pair pick a table at the Menchies at Gardens on Havana where minutes earlier kids were having a birthday party.

Once the couple sits down, one of them picks up the iPod and they look at it. The woman pulls a chair over to the table and the man drops the iPod in her purse.

Then the two take off.

“Originally the family thought the little girl had just lost it,” says Sgt. Chris Amsler of the Aurora Police Department. “As soon these two suspects left the store you can see the little girl running all around the store trying to find the iPod.”

The family asked to see the security video and that's how they figured out it was stolen.

Crimestoppers is offering a reward worth up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest in the case. 303-913-STOP (7867).

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