REWARD: Detectives Seeking To ID Group Pickpocketing In Wellington; Organized Distraction Theft Snatched Woman’s Purse

Suspects Wanted for Distraction Theft
According to authorities, two males and one female, entered a Wellington Whole Foods and together distracted a victim resulting in the victim’s wallet being snatched from her purse.

WELLINGTON, FL – The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is looking to locate a group of suspects they say are wanted for a distraction theft at Whole Foods in the Village of Wellington on Saturday, June 18, 2022. 

According to authorities, unknown suspects; two males and one female, entered Whole Foods and together distracted a victim resulting in the victim’s wallet being snatched from her purse. Detectives learned that the male with the hat bumped into the victim while the female removed the victim’s wallet from her purse. The male with the blue shirt is seen conversing with both suspects. After the theft, all three suspects left the store without purchasing any items.   

This incident occurred on June 18 at the Whole Foods located in the 2600 block of State Road 7, in Wellington.

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