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2 Arrested After Ugg Boots Stolen

The store posted several still photos from the footage on its Facebook page late last month, and police said they received multiple tips about the incident, leading to Sunday’s arrests.

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    2 Arrested After Ugg Boots Stolen

    State Police in Vermont said two are under arrest after swiping two pairs of Uggs brand boots from a shoe store in Rutland Town, Vermont.

    Police said surveillance footage showed Candace Alberti, 33, of Rutland City, walking out of the store with two pairs of boots, then getting into a car with Paul Voight, 47, of Brandon, who sped away from the scene.

    Owner Gregory Fineberg told police he tried to stop the vehicle and was clipped by the mirror as the two drove out of the parking lot. He was not seriously injured.

    The store posted several still photos from the footage on its Facebook page late last month, and police said they received multiple tips about the incident, leading to Sunday’s arrests.

    Voight has been cited to appear in Rutland Superior Court on Feb. 22 for retail theft. Alberti was cited to appear Feb. 29 for retail theft. The boots were not yet recovered.

    Police said they continue to investigate and that more charges may be pending.

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