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Caught On Video-Couple Use Their Seven Children To Steal From Toys “R” Us [VIDEO]

And the winners for parents of the year goes to…..Another odd crime story from Florida.

Crime in Florida…. It’s their greatest export after oranges. Surveillance video from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office shows a family of nine reportedly stealing from the Toys “R” Us. A man and woman entered the electronics section of the store with their seven children. The young kids were instructed by their parents to undo security devices attached to two tablets.

The children appeared to be successful in removing the security devices as the family walked out of the store with the stolen tech toys.

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