Colorado woman stole $10,000 worth of clothes from 7 Lululemon stores in the Houston area, police said

Houston-Deer Park investigators said that 49-year-old Tricia Mullins had a well-planned plan when she traveled from her home in Colorado to Texas, from a popular family The fitness store steals clothes.
During a routine traffic stop, the representatives said they discovered that Mullins had stolen clothes from various Lululemon stores in Houston.
“We found that she hit all seven Lululemon in the Houston area on Saturday and Sunday, with clothes worth only $10,000,” said Lieutenant Chris Brown of the Deer Park Police Department.
Brown said the items stolen by Mullins included 29 pairs of pants worth more than $3,300, 67 shorts worth nearly $5,000, 22 shirts worth $1,700, and so on.
“She has anti-theft devices to remove those tags, so she removes a lot of security tags in the store,” Brown said.
Investigators said Mullins’ deliberate plan was shattered when police discovered she was stopped and stopped when she was driving through the deer park on Monday.
“When the police were counting the cars, they came across this map, which listed all the stores in Sephora, REI and Lululemon,” Brown said.
“We classify it as a felony because the total amount exceeds $2,500,” said Assistant District Attorney Victor Flores.
Mullins was released after promising to provide payment in kind. She will return to court on June 9th, but the Deer Park police said that she had told them that she had no plans to appear in court. If this happens, Mullins will receive another arrest warrant, and if convicted, she will face up to two years in prison.

Post time: Sep-03-2021