KC police arrest two matching description of suspicious pair in ice cream truck

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- People in a Northland neighborhood are relieved to hear Kansas City police have tracked down an ice cream truck that caused some alarm over the weekend.

FOX 4 first reported the story on Monday. One man told us a woman riding in the ice cream truck walked right into his home and took a look around; while one mom said the same woman offered her 4-year-old daughter free ice cream before trying to grab her little girl.

On Tuesday police took two people, including someone who matched the description of that suspicious woman, into custody in the parking lot of Family Dollar at 4501 N. Brighton Avenue. Their ice cream truck was also towed.

Police are calling the duo "possible burglary suspects,” but so far no charges have been filed.

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