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OKC Police: Shoplifting Suspect Stuffed Goldfish Into Her Pants

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Oklahoma City police arrested a woman accused of trying to walk out of a Wal-Mart store after filling her pants with several stolen items including goldfish, sports bras, a shirt, pens and ice packs.

Security personnel tracked Angelina Cobb as she walked through the store near Interstate 240 and Santa Fe on July 17. Guards said she first grabbed a bag of goldfish from the pets department, emptied some of the water from the bag, and then put the bag in her pants pocket.

Security told police they watched Cobb walked to several different departments, picking up various items and putting them into her pants. They said she walked to the garden department, purchased a few items and left the store, picking up a plant she did not pay for on her way out.

Security officers approached her and held her until police arrived. She was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on suspicion of larceny of merchandise.

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