Three Women In Custody Over Store 'Theft' Video


Tribune Staff Reporter


THREE women are in police custody after they were allegedly caught on camera stealing from a beauty supply store.

According to police, earlier this month video surveillance caught the three women in the act as they stole a number of items from the Beauty Supply Store on Carmichael Road.

The matter was reported to police, who began an investigation that led to the arrest of the three women by officers from the Flying Squad.

The video showing three women and a man allegedly stealing packages of hair extensions and beauty products from a local store went viral on social media three weeks ago.

The three-minute long video, which appears to be footage from the security camera inside the store, clearly shows the four suspects roaming the store’s unattended aisles, rummaging through open boxes of inventory and shoving items into their pockets, pants or under their skirts.

At the beginning of the video, a woman is seen unwrapping several packages of hair extensions and placing them on a counter, where a man, dressed in a white T-shirt and short blue jeans is seen removing the hair and shoving it in his pockets.

The woman, who is dressed in a leopard-print skirt and brown tank top, also is shown stuffing several packages of hair up her skirt.

The video also shows a juvenile boy, who appears to be with the group, removing items off the shelves and placing them in his pockets.

Another woman is seen behind a counter removing beauty supplies off the shelves and giving them to the man who places them in his pockets.

The man is then seen wandering around the store, removing items off the shelves and carrying them to an off camera location. Another woman, dressed in black is seen placing items into her shirt and pockets as well.

The entire theft took less than five minutes. The time stamp on the video says April 6, which was Easter Monday.

Investigations into the matter continue.


John 5 years, 11 months ago

Whatever happened to the multimillion dollar surveillance system the government started to install over two years ago? Is it up and running. Several incidents over the past few weeks, including this one, shows that cameras can be effective in solving crimes,


John 5 years, 11 months ago

Word is the company that was doing is having financial problems


SP 5 years, 11 months ago

Let me go out on a limb here and guess....The company was new to the surveillance system business and owned by a friend, family or lover of a political figure.


Sickened 5 years, 11 months ago

Brave Davis is probably involved in this company as well.


FNM_Retards 5 years, 11 months ago

Try again - that company is owned by Brent Symonette's nephew. They bought that company just to win the $5 million CCTV bid, which was carried out by white Cayman Island alarm installers, along with the help of some white Americans who sell overpriced products. They became partners with the Cayman idiots because they allegedly had nobody here that knew the first thing about CCTV - ofcourse Bahamianas are dumb stupid animals according to the FNM and the PLP.

Stray dogs got more brains than a Bahamian. So they went to the WHITE Caribbean country and got the WHITE MAN to come do the work instead, cause WHITE FOREIGN MAN is smarter than you dumb Bahamians - according to the FNM and PLP.


duppyVAT 5 years, 11 months ago

BP say they belong to a gang ............................. what does the Police have to say about that?????


B_I_D___ 5 years, 11 months ago

Gang? We don't have gangs in this country? We just have some misled individuals that may on occasion talk with one another!


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