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Baby formula thefts still a big problem

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(STLMoms) – Baby formula is being swiped by theft rings. The reason — it’s expensive and always in demand.

The Edwardsville Intelligencer reports although baby formula thefts peaked in 2011, it’s still a problem at stores.

Some shoplifters say they’re stealing baby formula and selling it to feed their drug habits.

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