Long Beach dad accused of leaving kids in car while shopping

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A Long Beach dad accused of leaving his kids outside a supermarket will face a judge today.

Police say the dad left his 3-year-old and 5-year-old daughters in his truck while he went grocery shopping for 20 minutes inside the Stop and Shop.

According to police, a passerby called police.

Police have not released the father's name.  The girls are OK.

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