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Post Falls Couple Arrested After Stealing From Wal-Mart

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SPOKANE, WA - Bonnie and Clyde are notorious for robbing banks, but have you ever pictured them holding up a Wal-Mart? That's the vision a young duo decided to achieve when attempting to scam a Post Falls Wal-Mart.

The couple was caught a few blocks from the location with some very valuable items in their possession.

Post Falls Police tell us that the team went to the Wal-Mart with the sole purpose to steal. The female waited with the males Infant daughter while the he went in to steal what ended up being thousands of dollars in electronics.

This was not the first time this couple had targeted this Wal-Mart which is located off of Mullan Ave in Post Falls. All of these instances were this month and totaled 22-hundred dollars in electronic merchandise.

The couple was identified by the license plate on the car after driving by the police station. The two subjects apprehended were 22-year old Orlando Jaramillo and 20-year old Tetayana Landrus. After police took them into custody, they place the infant child in protective custody.

The two are believed to be involved in other burglaries in Washington State and are facing burglary charges.

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