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January 5, 2019 -- A woman was locked in a restroom after being relived of about $1,500 at a Florida, Laundromat. 

The crime was recorded on security video.

Police described the suspect as "likely" female but didn't notice the suspect was covered in very dark skin and sported long frizzy hair — possibly a wig — typical of members of the Negro race. 

Authorities are interested in solving crimes but protecting the cultural Marxist dogma of multiculturalism and diversity take precedence over serving and protecting law-abiding citizens. 

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Sarasota police detectives are searching for a suspect who entered a laundromat, and robbed the business owner's daughter.

The incident occurred around 8 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. In surveillance video, released by the Sarasota Police Department, the unidentified suspect, possibly a female, is seen entering Colonial Laundry and Dry Cleaning, located at 290 North Lime Avenue.

The suspect walked into the business and spoke to the victim. Soon after, the suspect showed the victim a note asking the victim to hand over all of her money. There was a brief struggle as the victim tried to quickly walk away from the suspect. The suspect took $1,500 and locked the owner's daughter inside a bathroom before fleeing.

The suspect is believed to be a female, between 5’10 and 6 feet tall. She was last seen wearing a red-and-white track suit, sunglasses, a wig, and had on a clear mask while inside the business.


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