UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Police have charged two women with shoplifting by enlisting two sons of one of the suspects to hide items in their clothes at a Pennsylvania drug store.

Thirty-five-year-olds Mary Lancaster and Angie Kimmel, were charged Thursday by Uniontown police.

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Police say Lancaster allowed her 13-year-old son to take the blame for stealing the items — about $95 worth of makeup, hair care products and drinks — when police were first called by an employee of the CVS Pharmacy store Tuesday night.

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But police were called back to the store, and wound up charging the women, too, after a clerk found surveillance video that showed the women taking the items off shelves and handing them to the boy and his 11-year-old brother to hide.

Court records don’t list defense attorneys.

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