Little girl dressed as Frozen princess is used by her own mother to steal another family’s $1,800 Bugaboo stroller at Disney World
Michelle Ashley Craig was filmed walking out of Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando with the stroller on April 15
Her young daughter was buckled in, dressed in a Disney princess dress
She snatched the $1,800 Bugaboo stroller from fellow mother Lauren Collazo
The theft went viral on Facebook, and the Texas woman who bought the stroller contacted the owner
Michelle Craig turned herself into the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday
Faces a charge of Grand Theft
Stroller thief, Michelle Ashley Craig was filmed wheeling her own daughter out of Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida, in another family’s stroller on April 15
A Spring Hill mother was caught on surveillance cameras using her young daughter to steal another family’s stroller from Disneyworld, Monday.
Michelle Ashley Craig was filmed wheeling her daughter, who was dressed as Frozen’s Anna, out of Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida, on April 15.
The $1,800 Bugaboo stroller belonged to fellow mother Lauren Collazo who’d left her wallet, car keys and her niece’s Epipen in its storage compartments when Craig took it.
Craig then sold the stroller to another mother in Texas via a Facebook page.
After local ABC Action News obtained a Disney surveillance picture, showing the alleged thief using her young daughter in the ‘swipe’ to slip away in Collazo’s stroller.
After the theft went viral on social media, a Texas woman who bought the stolen stroller online from Craig contacted Collazo.
Orange County detectives issued an arrest warrant for Michelle Craig, of Spring Hill.
Professional stroller thief, Michelle Ashley Craig was filmed wheeling her own daughter out of Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida, in another family’s stroller on April 15 which she then flipped via Facebook
Craig turned herself into the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday. She faces a charge of Grand Theft.
According to an ABC Action News investigation, it was not the first stroller she stole from the amusement park.
the suspect was also flagged trying to sell designer handbags on local Facebook swap ‘n’ shop groups. It is not clear whether those goods were stolen.
Collazo said she was left stranded without cash or ID because of it: ” It was the fact that she took it away from me the day that I needed it the most and ruined everybody’s day at Disney.”
The victim Lauren Collazo said she was left stranded with no money when Michelle Craig swiped her baby’s high end stroller, complete with her purse and car keys
The woman in Texas who Craig had sold it to got in touch with Collazo online after reading about the theft in a viral Facebook thread.
She was able to identify it as her stroller from accessories that its first owner placed on it and that were still there when it was delivered to her.
It’s not clear whether she gave it back or how much she paid Craig for it.
Craig handed herself in to police in Spring Hill, Florida, where she is a resident.
Hernano County Sheriff’s Office said she would like face grand theft charges.
The stroller was stolen from Disney’s parks on April 15
Orange County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that they are actively investigating Craig for other recent luxury stroller thefts at Disney, adding that the theft of luxury strollers was not an infrequent crime at Disney’s parks Studios where the April 15 theft occurred.