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Dancing woman caught on camera reportedly stealing from liquor store

(Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page) (Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page)
Alleged vehicle the suspects were driving. (Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page) Alleged vehicle the suspects were driving. (Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page)
The two were seen looking directly at surveillance cameras. (Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page) The two were seen looking directly at surveillance cameras. (Photo source: Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page)
D'IBERVILLE, MS (WLOX) -

A D'Iberville liquor store is a few bottles short after surveillance video appears to show a dancing woman and her counterpart swiping alcohol.

Photos and videos posted to Dang's Liquor and Wines Facebook page show a man and a woman allegedly stealing bottles of alcohol from the store on October 8.

The man could be seen shoving bottles in his pants, while the woman stuck a bottle in her purse, then did the popular dance, 'The Quan'.

If you can identify either of the individuals, please contact the D'Iberville Police Department at 228-396-4252. 

Mobile users can watch the videos on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1060349740671941 and here: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1060348040672111

WLOX News has reached out to Dang's for additional information, and will update this story if any details become available.

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