Dad's got his hands full with a cranky baby and a diaper bag and two boxes, who wants to be the hall monitor who receipt checks that, right? That must have been one thief's plan, and it apparently worked.
Cops in suburban Dayton, Ohio are looking for a man who stole two Xbox 360s from a Best Buy using the old Baby Meat Shield Gambit, a tactic taught at the notorious Parisian schools of pickpocketing and cat burglary. The guy picked up two 360s at the BB in Beavercreek and promptly walked out - one console under one arm, baby and console under the other.
He then made it to the parking lot where he got into a Kia Spectra - probably the first time that badge has been successfully used in any getaway - and sped off, making no attempt to buckle or secure the baby, according to witnesses. That, sucker, will get you a child endangerment charge on top of the theft counts, and drags Child Protective Services into this. And they aren't nice like the Dayton police.
Someone got a partial license plate number. That, plus the exotic car make, should be enough to bring this fiend to justice because the physical description - white, balding, 6-feet and 250 pounds - gives you probable cause to arrest every dude from the Ohio River north to the Maumee.