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Police probe robbery after thieves make off with $2,000 in kinky goods

OTTAWA -- "They took all the Rabbits but they left the Seahorse, probably because they had enough butt plugs. The Seahorse comes with a butt plug."

There was a silver lining after all for Wanda Cotie, owner of Wicked Wanda's Adult Emporium on Richmond Rd., near Carling Ave.
The two thugs who busted into her store and looted the vibrators early yesterday obviously didn't know anything about sex toys.

"They didn't even touch the German stuff. I don't get it," Cotie said while pointing out the smooth and speedy "German stuff" on a nearby shelf.
Cotie, 41, figures the thieves, who were caught on surveillance video at 2:20 a.m., swiped about $2,000 worth of vibrators and other toys from a display case in the middle of the store.
The crooks went directly for the case, quickly emptying racks of the popular iVibe Rabbit and vibrating bullets into bags before leaving.

The entire break-in happened in under a minute.
They didn't bother with the leather garb in the back and they didn't check for money behind the sales counter.

They just wanted the buzz toys.

"How do you get rid of vibrators? Give them to your friends?" Cotie quipped as she went through inventory of stolen pleasure sticks.
Cotie has been in the adult novelty business for a while, but it's the first break-in at her Wicked Wanda's location.

She's considering increasing the security outside the store with a neighbouring shopkeeper. The video that was taken inside the store might not help because the area of the display case is dark and it's almost impossible to identify the thieves.

It has already been a brutal week for Cotie, a single mother who has owned the shop for about a year. A sex show in London, Ont., last weekend was the first exhibition in which she's ever incurred a loss.
She's trying to stay positive, thinking about the products that the thieves didn't take, such as the Hitachi Magic Wand or hanging sex swing.
But some of the toys, like the chin-strapped Accommodator, are too valuable just to shake off.

Cops showed up yesterday to take Cotie's report. A police spokesman said no one has been arrested and investigators continue to probe the heist.
Cotie made an emergency order for more vibrators yesterday. She had to board up the front door until new glass arrived, another $1,000 expense.
Cotie said she has insurance but she doesn't plan on filing a claim. "You just have to swallow it," she said.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Crime/2008/10/09/7024701-sun.html
 
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