Cross-dressing men involved in shoe theft, police say | Crime
ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) - Police in Rock Hill say four men, two dressed as women, stole a pair of boots from a local shoe store over the weekend.
The incident was reported on Friday at 4:45 p.m. at the Rack Room Shoes on Dave Lyle Boulevard, according to the report from the Rock Hill Police Department.
Employees say four black males entered the store and took a pair of Timberland boots valued at $139.08.
Two of the men were wearing t-shirts and blue jeans. The other two were dressed in women's clothing and were escorted in by the men dressed in street clothes.
One of the men dressed in jeans and a t-shirt grabbed the boots off the shelf and ran out of the door, according to the report.
The other three followed him out and got into a 2011 Hyundai Sonata which is registered to Carolina Rent-A-Car in Charlotte.
No arrest have been in the case.
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