Woman allegedly tried to sell stolen booze on Snapchat after robbing liquor store

Woman allegedly tried to sell stolen booze on Snapchat after robbing liquor store


A Connecticut woman who eluded cops as the getaway driver in a liquor store robbery tried to sell the stolen booze on Snapchat, police said.

Aysia D. Ryan, 21, of Windsor, was busted Tuesday on charges including third-degree robbery and third-degree reckless endangerment in an Aug. 28 heist at M&R Liquors in South Windsor, police said Wednesday.

Ryan and unidentified male accomplice entered the store and stole roughly $800 worth of alcohol. The pair then fled when confronted by employees, including one who was struck on the arm by the getaway car Ryan was driving, police said.

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“Officers attempted to stop the vehicle leaving the scene but were unable to do so, as Ryan began operating erratically,” police said in a statement.

Investigators suspect the vehicle had been involved in several other robberies in nearby towns and managed to track down Ryan in part using surveillance video from the scene, cops said.

Detectives also discovered Ryan’s Snapchat account, where

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