Woman Caught On Camera Stealing Tips From Store Employees

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Updated: 9/04/2012 6:09 pm
A woman was caught red-handed stealing from a frozen yogurt shop in Lexington.

In a surveillance video released by Menchies Fro-Yo you can see a woman walk into the store and steal money from the employee tip jar when no one was around. According to the store owner, when the employee returned the woman walked over to the cooler to buy a water. The woman then told the employee that the water was not cold enough and asked for a new one from the back. In the video you can see that when the employee walks away the woman steals the rest of the tips and flees.

Lexington Police are asking anyone who recognizes the woman to contact them.
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