MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (AP) — Authorities say they have issued arrest warrants for a Philadelphia couple who used a baby stroller to steal high-end baseball bats in southern New Jersey.

Mount Laurel police said that warrants were issued for the arrest of Edward and Nicolle Hatch.

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Police asked anyone who knows their whereabouts to contact them. The couple wasn’t immediately available for comment and it wasn’t known if they had an attorney.

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Police say the pair cut the security locks on several Easton Mako Torq BBCOR baseball bats at a Dick’s Sporting Goods and concealed five in their baby stroller. Police say the bats were worth $2,750.

They face third-degree shoplifting charges and also face charges for allegedly taking cash from an amusement game and vending machine from the Funplex in Mount Laurel on March 21.

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