This Mom Stole A Stroller At Disney And The Tries To Sell It On Facebook

July 16, 2017
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When most people think of Disney, they think about one of the happiest place on Earth – right?

Many families who visit the amusement park, travel with a stroller these days, and when the stroller is parked we can go on a ride and it will be there waiting for us when we return.

A mom found that isn’t always the case – and it get’s worse.

Lauren Collazo of Miami, Flordia was visiting Hollywood Studios in Disney World and just like all moms do, she parked her Bugaboo stroller at one of the stroller parking areas before she got on a ride. When the Mom returned, it was nowhere to be seen.

I was there with no money, stranded,” she said. “My husband had to fly over from Miami that same day, catch the first flight available to rescue me and my family.” She said.

Along with the stroller, her money, wallet, car keys and niece’s Epipen were all in the stolen stroller.

Disney security tried their best to help out and went over surveillance videos and found a woman who walked away with the stroller and now pushing her own daughter in it.

Collazo and her husband then took to Facebook to share the screen shots to see if friends and family could help track the woman and the missing stroller down.…on Facebook!

Then, it turns out Thalia Rogers, a mom from Texas purchased the stroller for $500 from a Facebook group, but it was never delivered.

“[The thief] somehow, I guess, found the post that Lauren had posted, and I don’t know if she freaked out or what happened, and she called us and said send it back to her. So, I didn’t even get the stroller,” Rogers explained.

A request was made to UPS to return since it was already in transit, however, the stroller never arrived – but, her payment was already made.

A woman by the name of Michelle Craig, who is allegedly the woman in the photos is actively being investigated for selling the stroller online and other luxury stroller thefts at Disney, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said.

It’s probably a good idea to keep your stroller close the next time you visit Disney World!

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