Archive for Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Overland Park police seek thief with penchant for high-end purses

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

November 23, 2011

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

This woman, captured by Nordstrom surveillance cameras Nov. 11, is suspected of trying to steal $1,300 in merchandise that day and successfully stealing $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19, according to Overland Park police.

Overland Park police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a woman who’s allegedly shoplifted $1,000 worth of designer purses from a popular Oak Park Mall retailer.

Police today released two surveillance photos, captured Nov. 11, of the woman in Nordstrom’s purse section.

But police said that wasn’t her only attempt. She allegedly tried to steal $1,300 in merchandise Nov. 11 and successfully stole $1,000 in merchandise on Nov. 19.

Overland Park police said their officers are working hard to deter and arrest shoplifters at Oak Park Mall and other retailers. The department plans to have extra officers targeting retail theft and fraud through the holiday shopping season.

Anyone with information on the Nordstrom suspect’s identity is asked to call Overland Park police at (913) 344-8750 or the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS (-8477).

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