Hendersonville Police are looking for two bold thieves who took a child with them on a Black Friday crime spree.
According to police, the two men went into the Guns and Leather store on Main Street Friday afternoon. They had a girl with them at the time, police said. The store posted on Facebook that the little girl was used as a distraction.
Officers said the two men took merchandise worth $260 and left in an older model Honda Accord, which was described as having missing paint patterns on the roof and trunk.
Next, the two men went to Sumner Gun and Supply in Gallatin, where police said they also shoplifted.
It's unclear what type of merchandise the two men got away with.
About a year ago, police said Guns and Leather was also the target of criminals. In one case, a group mae up of four teenagers tried breaking into the shop, but were scared away by officers. In a second incident, police said five teenagers smashed through the front door.
If you recognize the two men involved in the recent incidents, call Hendersonville Police.