Girl Scout Cookies officially on sale

13 February, 2017, 01:04 | Author: Joy Garcia
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Union City police said a man approached the mother and daughter, who were unnamed, and started asking them about Girl Scout cookies in front of the Safeway store at 1790 Decoto Road.

"This is very, very scary".

The girl, whose identity was not disclosed at the request of her mother, said she knew something was terribly wrong as soon she got back to the stand.

The crime prompted an outpouring of support and cookie purchases from the Union City Police Department's officers. The suspect was described as a black male between 16 and 19 years old. It especially hit home as numerous officers have children.

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When Union City police officers arrived, they were upset to find that the robber had stolen from a young girl raising money.

The officers made a decision to help the family by purchasing the rest of the cookies and donating money to cover the loss.

A spokesperson for the Girl Scouts of Northern California group said the mother and her daughter are "emotional" and are concerned about the safety of other girls who are selling the cookies. He says he's glad officers were able to donate and turn the robbery into a happy story.

"We're probably going to be way more cautious next time", she admitted.

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