Smooth criminal: Man steals $8,000 Les Paul guitar by shoving it down his sweatpants

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Smooth criminal: Man steals $8,000 Les Paul guitar by shoving it down his sweatpants” – below is their description.

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Ontario police are looking for two men who allegedly stole an $8,000 guitar after one of them shoved it down his pants.

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