Friendly woman allegedly stole gold necklaces from children

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By Lauren Regnier

Five gold necklaces were taken from children Tuesday at the Hmong Market in St. Paul, police said.

A woman allegedly befriended families with children and introduced them to her children through friendly conversations, reported ABC KSTP.

St. Paul Police say that the parents let their children walk away with the woman, where she then stole their necklaces, reported ABC KSTP.

Howie Padilla, St. Paul police spokesman, said that parents should teach their children to be aware of their surrounding and should also know where their children are, reported the Pioneer Press.

The suspect was described as a seemingly pregnant, Asian women in her twenties, reported ABC KSTP. She was seen driving a Toyota minivan with Wisconsin license plates.

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