Owner Haley Huerta Kelly blasted the video on social media in hopes of catching the two women.
"I thought if I could blast it on social media it would help find them," said Kelly.
According to Cleveland Police Chief Buster Binham, the two young white females shoplifted close to $500 worth of merchandise from the store and he believed it to be several swimsuits and pants.
After the video was shared multiple times the two girls returned to the store and confessed. Kelly agreed to allow the girls to pay for the merchandise and she dropped the charges.
"They went to H Squared and paid for the merchandise. In turn H Squared did not press charges against them," said Bingham.
Kelly had said on Facebook, "I want to thank everyone who supported not only me, but also H Squared in identifying those in the video we shared! I am so thankful and excited to say that the issue has been resolved, but more importantly I am so proud to be a part of a community who comes together when we need each other! Thank you so much for everything," she wrote.