Most people call it "shoplifting."
I call it "slow-burn looting."
It's a reason Detroit has no chain grocery stores. It's why urban areas are blighted with shuttered storefronts.
A little girl was video recorded shoplifting at a liquor store in Pembroke Park, Fla. A woman -- apparently her mother -- is seen pointing the little girl to a particular bottle of liquor which the girl then hides behind her back as she exits the store.
The crime was reported August 16, 2015.
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A Florida woman has been caught on camera teaching a young girl - believed to be her daughter - how to steal tequila from a liquor store.
The shoplifting scene was captured by surveillance video cameras at 24/7 Liquors in Pembroke Park one afternoon last week.
Detectives from the Broward Sheriff's Office estimate the girl is seven years old. She and her 'mom' have not been identified and no arrests have been made.
In the video, the woman can be seen walking down the aisle with the girl and showing her which bottle of tequila she wants.
The little girl does her best to oblige but the bottle of booze proves too heavy for her.
After making her way down the aisle to tell the woman about the problem, the little girl comes back and selects a smaller 750ml bottle of 1800 Silver Tequila.
She then heads to the front of the store with the bottle behind her back and darts out the door while the woman stands in the way and prevents store clerks from seeing what is going on.
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