LOVELAND, Ohio - A man with plans to steal brought four kids along for the ride, and police want to track him down.
Just days ago, a man entered the Dollar General store on Loveland Madeira Road, then went into the store manager's office. He left the store after snatching cash and jewelry from an employee's purse, spokeswoman Rachel Baldwin of the Cincinnati Police Department reported.
He drove off in a minivan, where he left four children parked in front of the store. Baldwin said the children look to be of elementary school age.
Investigators ask anyone with information on the suspect to call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.
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