Couple faces thieves near Woodland Hills Mall

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Updated: 11/14/2013 10:20 am Published: 11/13/2013 10:04 pm

Victim’s come face-to- face with thieves last weekend near Woodland Hills Mall, and the way it happened is eerily similar to a break-in FOX23 told you about on Monday night.

FOX23 spoke exclusively with a couple about their terrifying encounter.

One picture said plenty to a couple. They told FOX23 they'd become victims and all it took was them parking along 71st and Memorial last weekend. Now they're out of a lot of money.

"I told him to get the (expletive) out of my truck!” Kenneth Dollarhide exclaimed.

He saw FOX23's story and realized he wasn't alone.

FOX23 reported on Monday about Leah Doyle's F-250 being broken into along 71st and Memorial.

"Oh Lord have mercy I cried," Doyle said.

Thieves popped her lock and stole Christmas gifts.

Dollarhide remembered seeing her truck the same day it was broken into, and it looked just like his, minus the pink trim.

"They took something and broke in," Dollarhide said.

Later that day, Dollarhide and his girlfriend, Pantera Blaine, were leaving Olive Garden in the same area when they saw a man inside their brand-new truck.

"He said, 'Hey, what the hell are you doing near my truck?’” Blaine said.

Then the chase was on.

"He was going to put some whooping on them," Blaine said.

"I was going to give them a good whooping,” Dollarhide said.

The thief jumped into a getaway car. The couple said that car looked just like the one our first victim, Doyle, snapped a shot of the surveillance video.

"Their bumper came flying off in one direction," Blaine said.

Blaine says the thieves slammed their car into reverse, ran into a tree and a concrete sign, and then they hopped the curb.

"They took off on flat tires down the road," Dollarhide said.

The thieves got away with video games and $500 worth of new makeup.

The thieves clipped Dollarhide's bumper, too. His deductible is another $500.

Blaine doesn't have a clear description of the two, but says she remembers that dark-colored Nissan Altima.

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jks727 - 11/14/2013 7:30 AM
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i say shoot them all
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