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Yoga studio owner says women are targeting local businesses

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Posted at 5:40 AM, Jul 15, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-15 13:35:10-04

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis yoga studio owner says three women were inside her business when a patrons purse went missing and they ran when she tried to question them. She believes those same three women may be targeting other local yoga studios.

Kristine Camron owns Kompose Yoga in Broad Ripple. She says four women came in around 11 a .m. Sunday, without yoga clothes or mats, and were "acting suspicious." One of the women went into an area where clients store their belongings after class started. When that class let out, one of the women reported her purse was missing. Camron said the four women were still inside the studio, but when she confronted one of them, asking to see what she had in her bag the women quickly left the studio.

Camron said she ran out after the women and saw them get into a vehicle with the license plate covered. She ripped off the covering and memorized the number as they drove off.

Camron says the surveillance video above was taken inside The Yoga Studio on College Avenue, and shows the same three women inside that studio on Sunday.