Police Seek Woman Who Stole North Face Jackets From Sports Authority

Originally published: January 7, 2013
Updated: December 29, 2014 at 11:10 am

Photo credit: SCPD | Suffolk County police have released surveillance photos of a woman, accompanied by a man, sought in connection with the theft of jackets worth more than $1,000 from a Riverhead Sports Authority store last month. (Dec. 5, 2012)

Riverhead, N.Y. (MorichesDaily) — Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and detectives from the Riverhead Police Department are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the female subject who stole six North Face Denali jackets worth more than $1,000 from the Sports Authority store in Riverhead.

Police on Monday released photographs of a female suspect walking out of the store with along with a man, in his early 20s, who accompanied her to the Sports Authority at 1160 Old Country Rd. on Dec. 5.

The photos were taken from video camera surveillance at the store.

Police say that on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, at approximately 2:00 pm, a black female was seen walking out of the Sports Authority store, located at 1160 Old Country Road, pushing a red shopping cart.

As she walked out, the security sensors that were attached to the jackets triggered an alarm. When store personnel checked the sales floor, they discovered that the six North Face Denali jackets that were on one display rack were gone. The total value of the jackets was more than $1000.

The subject was described as a short, heavy-set black female in her mid-30s, wearing red pants, a black jacket and a black hat. Surveillance video shows that she was accompanied by a black male who appears to be in his early 20s, approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall, wearing black jeans and a grey hooded sweatshirt.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 800-220-8477. All calls will be kept confidential.

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