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March 30, 2015 06:30 PM

New Hampshire has a cookie monster on its hands.

On Friday, a man dressed in a black hat and a New England Patriots jacket entered a Walgreens in Rochester and swiped a cash box from a Girl Scout troop selling cookies inside, reports WMUR. The thief quickly ran out with the money and entered a car waiting outside.

Police are looking for Pierre Thibault, 20, who they believe stole the cash box. Officials have already arrested Kayla Lonergan, 19, and charged her with driving the getaway car.

The troop members are unsure of how much money was taken, but they aren’t letting the incident scare them off from selling cookies. The day after the theft, the girls were back selling their famous treats again.

“All four of those girls showed back up with smiles on their faces,” said troop leader Michelle Elefson. “They got back on the proverbial horse and rode it, and they sold their cookies all day. They did a great job.”

Rochester Police are encouraging anyone with information on this crummy criminal to contact the Rochester Police Department at 603-330-7128 or the Rochester Crime Line at 603-335-6500.

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