Police are trying to identify a group of individuals who stole merchandise from a Toys-R-Us store in Doral on two separate occasions.
According to officials, the first incident involved two people who entered the store on July 7th just before 9 p.m. Surveillance video showed a man and woman approaching a locked cabinet, where the man tampers with the lock system before placing various iPods in the female’s purse.
Police say the duo got away with 19 devices valued at over $4,000.
Surveillance video also captured an incident on July 28th where four females in the same store placed items in bags. The suspects removed the security alarm devices and did not pay for the merchandise, described as baby monitors and safety devices valued at a total of over $450.
Police say the group fled the scene in either a 2005 or 2006 white, four door Infinity Q35 with a UNK Florida tag.
Anyone who can identify any one of these suspects is asked to call the Doral Police Department or Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers.