Woman stole $24,000 of lingerie from Victoria’s Secret store, police say
Police have charged a Pennsylvania woman for allegedly stealing $24,000 worth of lingerie from Victoria's Secret in Westfield Garden State Plaza during nine different trips to the Paramus mall.
Paramus Police charged Cynthia Roman, 39, of Tobyhanna, PA with nine counts of theft for taking clothing from displays around the store beginning in August, according to a report on NJ.com.
Paramus Deputy Police Chief Robert Guidetti told the Paramus Daily Voice that detectives Norman Gin and Christopher Zuck worked the case and in January developed Roman as a suspect after sharing her description with mall security guards and store staff.
The description was shared with loss prevention officers throughout the 326-store shopping center.
Victoria Secret employees spotted Roman Wednesday and contacted the detectives, Guidetti told the Daily Voice.
Roman is being held on $75,000 bail in the Bergen County Jail, according to police.