A woman shoplifting two ice cream cones from CVS Pharmacy was captured on surveillance footage, Bloomington Police Department Lt. John Kovach said.
Police responded at 5:05 p.m. Sunday to a call about a theft from the CVS Pharmacy located at 1000 N. College Ave.
CVS employees showed police surveillance footage showing a white woman wearing dark jeans and a long sleeve white shirt put a box of four Nestlé Vanilla Fudge Drumstick ice cream cones under her shirt.
Then she removed the box from under her shirt and opened the box, Kovach said. She took two individually wrapped cones from the box and hid them under her shirt before leaving the store with two friends who were with her.
According to the weather archives from timeanddate.com, it was around 76 degrees Fahrenheit at the time of the shoplifting.
Kovach said the total cost of the stolen goods was $3.50.
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