Report: Spartanburg shoplifter hides sex toy in kid's stroller - Tucson News Now

Report: Spartanburg shoplifter hides sex toy in kid's stroller

Misty Lee (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center) Misty Lee (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A woman tried to steal a sex toy from Spencer's by hiding it in her child's stroller, according to Spartanburg police.

Police said they were called to the West Blackstock Road store on Friday afternoon about a shoplifter.

An employee said they saw Misty Lee, 38, pickup a vibrator then put it behind her child in the stroller, according to the police report.

Lee then left the store without paying for the item, but the employee stopped her, police said. Police said Lee at first looked like she did not know what the manager was talking about but then gave the item back.

Lee left but then tried to re-enter the store, which is when officers were called, police said. Lee was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

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