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Police Say Man Used Child To Rob Laundromat (Video)

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NORTHWOOD,OH - Northwood Police are searching for a man who they say broke into a Laundromat.

A man was recorded on camera roaming around the Northwood Coin Laundromat. The suspect was seen on video searching for surveillance cameras.

The man then picks up a young child, so that kid can pull out surveillance video cords from the ceiling.

Authorities say the suspect broke into a locked box inside of the Northwood Coin Laundromat and found a key.

“I could believe what I was seeing on the video. This guy picking up or probably a 3-year old child to boost him up to pull the wires from the camera is apparent and appalling,” said Sgt. Doug Hubaker of Northwood Police Department.

The suspect made it passed a locked door, but not knowing what was on the other side was a storage closet.

The store owner believes the burglar was trying to access the ice cream shop next door.

Anyone who recognizes the adult male and female in the surveillance video should call the Northwood Police Dept. at 419-691-5053

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