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Vienna Police Respond to Candy Caper at Grocery Store

An employee at Giant (359 Maple Avenue) said a child concealed four bags of candy and left without paying for them, according to Vienna police.

The incident happened around 6 p.m. on Monday (Dec. 2).

“The employee notified the police after the juvenile’s parents refused to come to the store to pick up their child,” according to the police report. “An officer responded, counseled the juvenile and arranged for the mother to respond to the store and pick up the juvenile.”

Police said that the store management did not want to pursue charges.

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