HOUSTON – Deer Park investigators stated 49-year-old Tricia Mullins had a well-orchestrated plan when she traveled to Texas from her house in Colorado to steal garments from a preferred health retailer.
Throughout a routine visitors cease, deputies stated they found that Mullins had stolen garments from a number of Lululemon shops in Houston.
“We discovered that she hit all seven Lululemons within the Houston space, nearly $10,000 price of clothes over Saturday and Sunday,” stated Deer Park Police Division Lieutenant Chris Brown.
Brown stated the gadgets Mullins stole embrace 29 pairs of pants price greater than $3,300, 67 shorts price almost $5,000, 22 shirts price $1,700, and far more.
“It’s plenty of high-end clothes, and it’s all completely different sizes,” Brown stated
Police imagine Mullins additionally hit different retailers like Goal, Sephora, and REÍ.
“She had anti-theft units to take off these tags, so she was taking off plenty of the safety tags within the shops,” Brown stated.
Investigators stated Mullins’ well-thought-out scheme unraveled when police noticed her driving by way of Deer Park Monday with an obstructed tag and pulled her over.
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