Police Seek Woman Accused of Stealing 10 Bottles of Vodka from CVS

The following information was provided by Plymouth Township Police. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.

Plymouth Township Police responded Feb. 15 to CVS, 1400 S. Sheldon Road in Plymouth Township for a report of a woman stealing about 10 bottles of premium vodka from the store, according to a police report.

A CVS employee told police he was working at the register when he saw a woman exit the store with a large black bag or purse, when she set off the store’s theft alarm. When he asked for the woman to come back into the store, she ran to a nearby vehicle, which drove onto westbound Ann Arbor Road, the report indicated.

According to the report, the woman was seen on video surveillance removing about 10 bottles of Ciroc, a high-end vodka valued at about $35 per bottle, from the top shelf of an aisle of the store and placing them into a shopping cart.

The woman was described as between 35-45 years old and wearing a full-length dark fur jacket. The employee described the vehicle as a maroon Chevy Cavalier coupe.

CVS personnel told Plymouth Township Police they’d like to prosecute if the suspect is identified. The store’s manager told police a woman matching the same description was suspected for stealing liquor from the CVS at Five Mile and Sheldon roads in Northville on Feb. 11.

Tom Dusbiber February 21, 2013 at 03:01 PM
Sounds like the same person got caught in Saline..... http://annarbor.com/news/police-recover-stolen-vehicle-wallets-after-making-arrests-for-retail-fraud-from-cvs/?cmpid=NL_DH_topicbox_headline
Bruce Koldys February 22, 2013 at 08:24 PM
You will never see anyone risk jail for a bottle of Mohawk


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