2 people arrested for stealing luggage in aftermath of Asiana airline crash

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(CNN) - Two people stand accused of stealing luggage in the aftermath of the Asiana airlines crash.  Prosecutors say two people took the luggage of passengers who were diverted from San Francisco after the crash landing.

One suspect worked as a customer service rep for United Airlines.

They were caught after returning stolen luggage items to Nordstrom’s for $5,000.