Movie purse-snatching costly to victim

Indianapolis police are warning movie goers to be on the lookout for thieves after a woman said someone snatched her purse at a northeast-side theater. A woman told police she was watching a movie at the Keystone Art Cinema Monday evening and left her purse on the floor next to her. She later discovered someone had stolen her driver’s license, $260 in cash and two credit cards. The suspect used her American Express card at the nearby Nordstrom store and spent $2,011 on clothes and shoes. Detectives are reviewing surveillance video from the Nordstrom store.
 

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