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Police Arrest Woman After She was Caught On Camera Stealing A Mounted Zebra Head
Published: November 30, 2017 | | 8744 Clicks
An Alaska woman came home to discover a thief broke into her home and stole clothing, jewelry, prescription drugs and a zebra head she had on a wall.

A security camera recorded a woman carrying items, including the zebra, out the front door of Stacy Scott's Anchorage, Alaska, home last Friday and into a waiting cab.

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