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Nude woman distracts resident while accomplice robs home, say police

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CROSSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Police said a skinny dipper distracted a Cumberland County man while her accomplice burglarized the victim's home Saturday, according to a report from the CNHI news service.

Police said a man and woman who live nearby showed up at the 54-year-old victim's house and asked to use the pool.

The woman asked her significant other to leave and go back to the home to get some cigarettes.

The victim then said the woman took off her clothes and got into his pool.

The naked woman kept the victim distracted for about 20 minutes, according to the report.

When the woman left, the home owner said thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, medication and guns were stolen from his home.

Police are still looking for the couple.

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