A Michigan family shopping at Walmart had their Amish horse and buggy stolen from the parking lot over the weekend, police said.
The victims exited the retail store around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, when they realized their horse and buggy were gone, the Sturgis Department of Public Safety said.
A truck driver who was parked in the parking lot told authorities that he saw a woman steal the buggy. He gave police a description of her.
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Authorities realized they had contact with the woman earlier in the day at the Walmart, police said. Hours later, an officer found the buggy and horse, police said.
The 31-year-old woman was found in a nearby motel and arrested. She was booked into ther St. Joseph County Jail on suspicion of larceny and larceny of livestock.
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The horse was unharmed and the buggy was returned to the family.
Authorities have not disclosed a motive for the theft.