EUGENE, Ore. (AP) – Four Portland women have been accused of stealing more than 50 Fitbit activity trackers from two Eugene businesses in one day.

The Register-Guard reports that according to court documents filed in Lane County Circuit Court on Tuesday, the women took the trackers from an AT&T store and an REI on Jan. 13.

Two of the women were arraigned Wednesday in circuit court. The other two failed to appear and warrants have been issued for their arrest.

The four women can be seen on surveillance footage from the REI store walking into the store and gathering around the area where the Fitbits are stored. They leave minutes later in pairs.

Fitbits range in price from about $60 to about $250.