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Glendale family arrested in alleged shoplifting incident at Sears

August 30, 2011 |  9:38 am

Sears A Glendale family of four --including two teenage sisters -- were arrested over the weekend after they attempted to steal about $550 worth of shoes and cologne from a Sears store in Burbank, police said.

Christian Gonzalez, 31, and his wife, Norma Gonzalez, 32, along with their 13- and 14-year-old daughters were arrested outside the store on Magnolia Boulevard after employees stopped them and said they were placing shoes and boxes of cologne into bags from another store, Burbank Sgt. Travis Irving said Monday.

The incident occurred at 7:50 p.m. Saturday, Irving added.

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Image: Map shows location of a Sears store in Burbank where a family was arrested for allegedly shoplifting. Source: Google Maps

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