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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Local Kroger officials wish to press charges against a woman accused of stealing hundreds of dollars in meat from the supermarket.

An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was dispatched to the grocery store at 524 E. 16th Street on Sunday in regards to the alleged thefts.

According to the police report, the store’s manager and a security guard told the officer that the woman had entered the store four separate times that day.  They reported the female suspect walked in with a large, green bag and stole various types of meat and chicken from the meat counter.

The woman would then exit the store without paying and flee the area in a 2003 White Ford Escape, stated the police report. It was also reported that a man was present in the vehicle during each instance.

Authorities continue to investigate.  The woman has not been arrested at this time.

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